Step into the musical realm of Khadeeja Grace, a multifaceted artist quietly making her mark in Chicago’s vibrant music scene. Influenced by iconic music figures including Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Earth Wind & Fire, Roy Ayers, and more, Khadeeja Grace fuses the elements of neo-soul, R&B, jazz, gospel, and house to create a soundscape that resonates with the spirit of Chicago.
Khadeeja Grace’s journey took her to Pressure Point Studios, where she meticulously honed her skills as an assistant engineer, immersing herself in the intricacies of the music world. In this behind-the-scenes role, she refined her craft and cultivated essential connections with established artists and producers, like Donald Lawrence, Darius Brooks, Percy Bady, and PJ Morton, as well as contributing to the soundtrack of “Stand” from ‘The Birth of a Nation.’Spotify
Her latest single, “SHED,” in collaboration with Chicago producer and digital creator, SaraProblem, adds a new layer to her evolving artistry. This track introduces a blend of house, techno, and soul, slated to debut on all major digital and streaming platforms from October 22nd.
Khadeeja Grace’s journey is peppered with remarkable collaborations. Notably, she achieved recognition for her successful collaboration on her single “Speak Your Love” alongside the legendary house producer Jamie 3:26. The track achieved planetary consensus, premiering on BBC Radio this year, and even received a remix treatment from Detroit master Theo Parrish. These collaborations have cemented her presence in the music industry.
As “SHED” and the forthcoming EP gain traction, Khadeeja Grace quietly reshapes the narrative of Chicago’s music scene, crafting her distinct space within the industry. Her signature melodies and rhythms beckon listeners into a sonic journey that’s impossible to resist.