Grace VanderWaal Releases New Song, ‘I Don’t Like You’

Grace VanderWaal has unveiled her new track ‘I Don’t Like You’ today. The angsty and honest track is the next sonic piece of Grace’s story which deals with growing up and navigating through new relationships.

Grace premiered ‘I Don’t Like You’ to sold out crowds this past summer on her Ur So Beautiful tour. The Blake Slatkin-produced track follows ‘Ur So Beautiful’, and Grace’s ode to living in the moment, ‘Waste My Time‘, which has amassed nearly 3 million views to date.

Award-winning singer, songwriter, actress, model, philanthropist Grace VanderWaal has picked up a phenomenal following. Since winning America’s Got Talent in 2016, Grace has gained 3.2 million instagram followers, 1 million facebook likes, 3.1 million youtube subscribers and 305k twitter followers. She has picked up 500 million streams across her previous releases globally. She has been featured in Billboard’s 21 Under 21 for 4 consecutive years and she’s also the youngest person ever to be featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list.

Following her first sold-out headline tour, Grace supported Imagine Dragons and Florence and The Machine. Always evolving and keen to expand her artistry, VanderWaal is set to star as the lead in ‘Stargirl’, a film adaptation of Jerry Spinelli’s best-selling novel, set to debut in 2020.

Follow Grace online on her official website, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, YouTube, and VEVO.

Listen to ‘I Don’t Like You’ here:

Grace VanderWaal - I Don't Like You (Official Audio)

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