Grace VanderWaal Songs Ranked

Grace Avery VanderWaal (born January 15, 2004) is an American singer-songwriter.  She is known for her distinctive vocals and has often accompanied herself on the ukulele. She has performed at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Madison Square Garden, the opening and closing of the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria, various benefit concerts, the Austin City Limits Music Festival, and on various television talk shows. VanderWaal conducted her first concert tour in 2017 in support of Just the Beginning. She next toured in mid-2018 with Imagine Dragons in their Evolve World Tour, and in 2019, after opening in a tour for Florence and the Machine, she headlined her own “Ur So Beautiful” tour. She made her acting debut in 2020, starring as Susan “Stargirl” Caraway in the Disney+ musical drama film Stargirl. VanderWaal won the 2017 Radio Disney Music Award for Best New Artist and a Teen Choice Award, has been named to Billboard magazine’s 21 Under 21 list of fast-rising young music stars in four consecutive years (2016–2019), received the 2017 Billboard Women in Music Rising Star Award, and is the youngest person ever included in Forbes‘ 30 Under 30 Music List. Here are all of Grace VanderWaal’s songs ranked.

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10. A Better Life (Just the Beginning, 2017)

“Love this song. My friend paid it for me once and I loved it. When my friend moved away I was so sad and now every time I hear his song I think of her.

9. So Much More Than This (Just the Beginning, 2017)

“Love this song almost too much it really has a good meaning to it. This has such a lot of meaning…unbelievable that she’s just 17!”

8. The Good Just Gets Better (The Good Just Gets Better 2016)

“Grace is more gifted, original, productive, down-to-earth, witty, wise, inspirational, identified with and cherished at 17 than most artists ever become as adults. This song is more proof of that.”

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7. Moonlight (Just the Beginning, 2017)

“If you don’t like this song I don’t know what to say. This song is what made me love Grace Vanderwaal she is perfect. She wont become the next Taylor Swift she will be the first Grace Vanderwaal.”

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6. 12 Stars (12 Stars, 2016)

“This probably won’t be seen but in some interview she explains the title. It was supposed to be, I think, 6 Moons but she said there was already a song named that so she went with 12 Stars. And I think that 12 was because she was 12. She doesn’t say what movie this is about but Hunger Games does kinda make sense.”

5. I Don’t Know My Name (Perfectly Imperfect, 2016)

“It just makes me so happy listening to this song. When I first heard her on AGT I knew that she was going to be an idol to all of the young girls out there that get told that they can’t do it. She is just so inspiring to me and so many others. I just love her so much.”

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4. Clay (Perfectly Imperfect, 2016)

“I adore this girl and cant wait to see what’s next. Her lyrics are rich, yet simple and thought provoking. Listening always brightens my day. We need more music like this.”

3. Light the Sky (Perfectly Imperfect, 2016)

“I just feel so connected to her when i listen to this song. Like, i feel a lot connected in a lot of stuff to her, but this song is just more than ever. She just expresses myself in this song.”

2. Gossip Girl (Perfectly Imperfect, 2016)

“Her music is not about sex, money and fame. This is all about Women empowerment. Perfectly imperfect album is an element.”

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1. Beautiful Thing (Perfectly Imperfect, 2016)

“If you know anyone who thinks Grace’s voice is just raspy and croaky — and nothing more — have them listen to this cut. Her voice goes from delicate softness – almost a whisper – to a beautiful vibrato, a natural falsetto, to just belting it out with tremendous emotion and power, and of course and some raspiness, too.”