A singer and songwriter who crafts moody, soulful tunes with shades of blues, Giselle (Grayson) started writing songs, when she was just a young girl in Austin, Texas.
Her father, a blues musician who toured with Stevie Ray Vaughn and B.B. King, encouraged her to sing and learn piano from early on. For years, she wrote and played as a personal form of therapy, but she caught the ear of T.I.’s tour promoter with her remix of “Whatever You Like”. Within a matter of months, the Austin native was opening arena tours for T.I., Young Jeezy, Lloyd, and Sean Paul. That June, she released her debut album, Fallen Angel, which sold over 30,000 copies on tour and streamed over 1 Million times on digital outlets. Giselle's highly anticipated sophomore release, SIREN, which featured collaborations with producers Jaylien Wesley (Britney Spears, Quincy Jones, Akon) and Stephen Fever Richards and additional work with Young Ex, debuted at number 79 on the iTunes Pop Charts. Giselle played to sold-out shows throughout the U.S. and Virgin Islands in the year that followed. Finally, back in her hometown, she is currently recording a storytelling cover album, The Recollection, based on her musical history growing up in the industry.