Knowledge Identifier: +Skylar_Grey
Born in 1986.
Countries: United States (71%), France (10%), (6%)
Linked to: Fort Minor, Interscope Records, DirecTV, YouTube
In 2003, Grey moved to Los Angeles and recorded a demo as "'Holly Brook"', which would be her stage name for several years
Last Train to Paris - The video for the album's fourth single, "Coming Home", premiered on November 29, 2010, although Skylar Grey does not appear in the video
Marilyn Manson - In 2011 it was revealed that Manson was to appear on the singer Skylar Grey's album "Invinsible" on the track entitled "Can't Haunt Me"
On March 8, 2013, Grey performed a six song set for "Guitar Center Sessions" on DirecTV
Foxes wins Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording, 56th Annual Grammy awards, 2014
The Pinkprint - In 2014 singer-songwriter Skylar Grey wrote and and recorded a demo version of a song entitled "Bed of Lies," the song was later sent to Minaj who wrote and recorded verses of her own to the song
David Guetta - On January 20, 2014, Guetta released the new single "Shot Me Down" featuring American singer Skylar Grey, it is an adaption of the Nancy Sinatra song of the same name
Kid Cudi - On March 12, 2014, Cudi released a song titled "Hero", a collaboration with American singer-songwriter Skylar Grey, recorded for the soundtrack to "Need for Speed"
David Guetta - On June 30, 2014, Guetta released a four-track EP "Lovers on the Sun", which contains the songs "Shot Me Down" with Skylar Grey, "Bad" with Showtek, "Blast Off" Kaz James, and "Lovers on the Sun" an unreleased track with Sam Martin
On April 1, 2016, Grey released the lead single and music video for "Moving Mountains", a song from the upcoming album, which is telling of her new life in Utah
Eminem - In September 2016, Eminem was featured on Skylar Grey's song, "Kill For You" which appears on her album, "Natural Causes"
On January 25, 2018 Grey released a cover of Ben E. King's "Stand By Me"