Rachel Grae has today released her new single titled ‘Do Better’. From an artist who does everything on her own terms, including her music, Rachel has taken a straight forward track and made it signature in all the right ways. With that feeling of having lived the lyrics and mentored the music, Rachel takes ‘Do Better’ as an autobiographical tale of living up to the title and owning up to the motto.

Musically, the song is an example of the band keeping up and encapsulating the lyrics while enhancing Rachel’s vocal range, surrounding that particular talent with the sonic stage that it needs.

About ‘Do Better’

Rachel Grae’s latest track, “Do Better,” artfully captures the essence of moving past a relationship and confronting an untrue narrative about oneself. Grae’s lyrical brilliance permeates the song as she draws from her lived experiences. The lyrics, “Don’t worry I’ll take the fall, I’ll be the cover-up for ruining it all. Tell everyone I cheated, stole your car and keyed it, and while you’re asleep at night, I set your house on fire,” vividly depict her storytelling prowess.

Accompanied by understated yet compelling guitar work, the arrangement builds from a gentle start to a powerful chorus, showcasing Grae’s impressive vocal range. Her expressive and dynamic singing captivates listeners, creating a profound emotional experience even before one fully engages with the lyrics. “Do Better” was collaboratively written by Rachel Grae, Rory Adams, and Dan Gleyzer, with production by Adam Yaron, mixing by Justin Hergett (Lady Gaga, Beyoncé), and mastering by John Greenham (Billie Eilish, girl in red).

Originally from New Jersey, Rachel Grae embarked on her musical journey at a tender age, posting her first YouTube cover when she was just 10. Her career took a significant leap forward in 2021 with the release of her first single “Bad Timing,” which has since garnered over 14 million streams on Spotify. Her tracks “Outsider” and “Friend Like Me” have become standout successes, amassing almost 35 million and over 27 million Spotify streams, respectively. Grae’s approach to music is grounded in a raw and genuine passion for her craft, famously stating, “I don’t care if there’s one listener or a million.”

As a rising pop star, she is committed to remaining true to herself and maintaining a close connection with her audience, whom she affectionately refers to as her “friend-base.” Drawing inspiration from artists like Adele, Kelly Clarkson, Ben Rector, Bruno Mars, Sam Smith, and Demi Lovato, Grae places a high value on realness in narrative and personality. Her music has now achieved hundreds of millions of streams, capturing the attention of major media outlets such as Rolling Stone, People Magazine, MTV, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and American Songwriter. Rachel Grae’s rapid ascent in the pop music scene demonstrates her burgeoning influence, and she continues to grow as a formidable presence in the industry.

About Rachel Grae

According to pop vocalist Rachel Grae, her ever-growing fan base is actually more like a “friend base.”

It’s probably this mindset that’s caused the fresh and deeply authentic singer-songwriter to erupt into the pop music world over the last year, a whirlwind that has seen her listener base grow exponentially into the millions of monthly listeners.

Based in the New York area and unapologetically claiming her New Jersey roots, Rachel is the kind of artist who has always believed that the more you put into your music, the more you get out of it. Preparing for a full-length project and stepping into live shows for very eager fans, including selling out her first headlining show in NYC, Grae glows with the “impossible to ignore” energy of artists like Billie Eilish and Adele.

Her music “hits listeners right in the feels, and should catapult the New York-based artist into Olivia Rodridgo’s stratosphere,” according to Biff Bam Pop! magazine.

Described as “raw and authentic” by Melodic Magazine, Grae’s altruistic and others-focused ethos bleeds through in everything she creates. As more listeners have found her and her work, the artist, who has always been fascinated by interpersonal relationships, is constantly looking for new ways to use her platform for the greater good, championing causes related to sustainability and mental health in particular.

“I don’t care if there’s one listener or a million” is a common refrain from her, and an ironic one, considering her viral song, “It’ll Be Okay,” has now broken into eight figures of streams, with her first breakout track, “Outsider,” following shortly behind. Now, with hundreds of millions of streams to date, and well over a million followers on TikTok, Grae’s essential voice has caught the attention of outlets like Rolling Stone, People Magazine, MTV and American Songwriter.

At the end of the day, Grae has an otherworldly ability to make whoever she’s speaking to feel understood, whether it’s having a conversation in person, speaking over social media from her bedroom, chatting in her DMs, or communicating most intimately through her music. A self-described oddball, she embraces the roller coaster of life as it comes. “Every day is a different version of me,” she says. “I don’t hold back, and I want people to experience that with me.”

Rachel is the rising voice in pop music you don’t want to miss — and her voice is entirely her own.