Greyson Chance Biography
Birthday: August 16, 1997 (Leo)
Born In: Wichita Falls, Texas, United States
Greyson Chance is an American, songwriter and singer. He was first noticed when he sang Lady Gaga’s ‘Paparazzi’ for his sixth grade talent show that went viral on You Tube. The Emmy award winning talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres was impressed by his performance and signed him up for her new record label ‘Eleveneleven’. He also signed for recording with ‘Interscope Records’ and turned professional by the age of 12. His debut single ‘Waiting Outside the Lines’ was released by iTunes in 2010. During this period, he also toured Paris and London and gave live performances. He released his second single called ‘Unfriend You’ in 2011, which was followed by his debut album ‘Hold On ‘Til the Night’. The video peaked at the 29th position on the US charts. He toured South East Asia and performed at the MTV-CCTV Mandarin Music Awards at Beijing. Greyson has been felicitated by a number of awards including the ‘Hollywood Teen TV Award’ for ‘Teen Pick You Tube Artist of the Year’, ‘Youth Rock Award’ for ‘Rocking New Artist of the Year’, ‘MTV-CCTV Mandarin Music Award’ for ‘Most Popular New International Artist’ and ‘Shorty Award’ for ‘Best Singer’. He is serious about his career and has remained single to concentrate on his work. Today he has his own official website and Twitter account with a large following on social media.