A cute British neo-soul song for the weekend

Watch the video for JGrrey’s “Growing.”

April 13, 2018

JGrrey, the London-based vocalist with "1994" tattooed across her fingers, first emerged via a mesmerising Colors performance. Today, April 13, she debuts her new video "Growing" exclusively via The FADER. The song is a soulful ballad that looks at troubled relationships and that awkward period when you first leave home and start to make a life away from your family. "Leave me alone, soon I'll be gone. My momma keeps saying I'm a rolling stone," she sings in a voice fans of fellow Brit Jorja Smith will adore. "You won't believe how far I've gone."


Speaking to The FADER about the visual, JGrrey said: “The idea behind the video was initially to convey that everyone has an inner child no matter how much they may try to outgrow it. I find many people try to hide their inner child and I’m totally not that person. I’d like to think I’m best friends with my inner child and the video is meant to show this.”

Check out the "Growing" video above and download the song here.

A cute British neo-soul song for the weekend