New Jersey, USA
Rebekah Grace is a multi-genre singer-songwriter, domestic violence advocate, and entrepreneur of Puerto Rican and Italo-Dominican roots born in 1989 in the Bronx, and she started to sing at the age of 4. By the age of 6 she developed harmonizing, and later at the age of 12 songwriting became part of her repertoire.
She debuted in 2018 with Todo en el Altar, an eight-song worship album, and a few months later she received the award for "Christian Female Singer Of The Year" at the Central-American Music Awards hosted in Newark, NJ. As a performer, she's had continued success touring in the USA, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico while also performing worship covers at social and political events, and in 2020, Rebekah Grace sang the National Anthem on two separate occasions in Washington D.C.
In 2022 Rebekah Grace has featured in The Outsiders Special Edition and MAGA Music: Chapter 3 - The Remnant while also working on her sophomore album Princesa Eterna