Grace Kinstler took third place on season 19 of ABC’s “American Idol”. The young singer-songwriter has been working on her music since then and has thought a lot about the constructive criticism she received during the show.
In a new Instagram post, Kinstler shared a look back at her time at American Idol when Judge Katy Perry spoke to her to make sure she knew who she wanted to be as an artist.
“I’m just thinking about what kind of record you’re going to make,” Perry said to Kinstler after she covered the song “Happy”. “I know it will sound good, but who are you as an artist? You can sing anything, but what do you want to say? “
Kinstler titled this part of the video: “It got me thinking … and it got me very excited to be able to put out original music after the show.”
In the post’s caption, Kinstler wrote: “You all asked for a few previews, so let’s go! Let me know what you think in the comments. Thanks @katyperry for the constructive criticism. “
Kinstler shares part of an upcoming song in the video with the lyrics: “If I fall … all I need is sweet mind. Can you hear me calling Your sweet relief, it brings me peace. “
The song seems to demonstrate Kinstler’s vocal prowess with lots of sustained higher notes and a pop song vibe.
Kinstler received support from Willie Spence, runner-up in season 19 of American Idol.
“Yes yes yes” he simply wrote in the comments.
She was also endorsed by Alyssa Wray, another Season 19 entrant, who wrote, “You are everything.”
After the “American Idol” final, Kinstler moved to Los Angeles, shared them on Instagram with a number of photos.
“LA is so beautiful,” she wrote next to the second set of images. “Swipe to see the beautiful @silentzoostudios I got to record in yesterday!”
During an interview with Music Mayhem in July 2021, Kinstler announced that their debut album will be out soon, although the release date has not yet been set.
“I’ve written a lot of it, and the co-writers I’m currently building are just there to refine and go through the stuff I’ve written, and it’s with someone I trust who it was [through it]”He’s had some of these ups and downs tests,” she told the point of sale.
Kinstler added, “So I think he can just bring an amazing perspective to the music and he will help me see it from a different light and just help me create the best product.”
She says she wants to publish the project “while the iron is hot” and before “fading into the background”, although she doesn’t want the product to appear rushed.
It seems that if Kinstler’s Sneak Peek has anything to do with this album must be more advanced in production now.
“American Idol” returns in early 2022 for the monumental 20 season.
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