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A few days ago, I was checking in on Grace Vanderwaal.

Grace VanderWaal begins a brand-new chapter in her life. If you know a 17-year-old performer who won America's Got Talent at the age of 12 in 2016 or released his debut album, Just The Beginning, the following year, you're only getting a taste of what he has to give - and his new music. It's proof that we should anticipate to delve even deeper in the future.

The tracks "Don't Think You Can't" and "Repeat," VanderWaal's first since the Letters: Vol 1 EP in 2019, bring in a season focused on the young star rock. With experimental graphics displaying bold sensitivity - pixie cuts and more - he switched his famed ukulele for a bass to test the sound he described as "pop-up in another way."

Prior to VanderWaal's major part in the upcoming Disney Stargirl series, PAPER looked at the broadcaster after a year of working on his future project alone.

When you first wake up, what is the first thing you do?

When I get up, the first thing I do is brush my teeth and then make a cup of coffee.

Before you go to bed, what's the last thing you do?

I hate to admit it, but I usually check my phone right before going to bed.

Have you texted an ex while you're alone?


When was the last time you hugged someone?

My mother.

What's your favorite takeout order?

McDonald's nugget combination meal (10 pieces).

When was the last time you went to a concert?

My very own? Probably?

What is the first spot you'll visit when the world reopens to you?

New York, New York! I'd like to see all of my friends and hang out with them once again.

What is your favorite website?

Pinterest or YouTube, most likely.

What is one thing you've discovered this year that you didn't know last year at this time?

I truly enjoy getting up early.

How did you stay creative while under quarantine?

It's been quite difficult to remain motivated. I enjoy doing creative activities that are both entertaining and relaxing when you simply want to stay in bed, such as tiny drawings and poetry.

What effect has the status of the globe had on your music?

It's been challenging to compose music safely, especially when most of the time I have to travel to the studio. For the majority of 2020, I conducted a lot of at-home production cooperation and studio sessions. From home, I've learned a lot.

What will a musician's role be in 2021?

I've always regarded music to be a form of escape for me, and I believe many people will need it in 2021. I want to exude joy in my life, and I want people to come to my world and listen to my music to relax and unwind. That is the role I believe I will play in 2021.

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