The wait is over, Music World: Pop lovers have been given their first taste of Greyson Chance. On Tuesday, Chance premiered his first-ever single, a piano-fused pop track titled “Waiting Out The Lines.” Displaying heavy hints of Greyson’s vocal prowess and his nifty fingerwork on the ivorys, industry bigwigs are hoping the single will not only be Greyson’s first single but also his first big hit.
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“The song comes from the heart and I hope and pray that my fans can use it to ‘escape’ from all the pressures of life,” Chance explains. “I can’t wait for everyone to take this journey with me.”
The piano prodigy, 13, became a web wonder after his instrumental performance of Lady Gaga’s hit single “Paparazzi” won him first place at a church talent show last April. To date, the video has garnered a whopping 32,000,000 views — and counting. Shortly after, Emmy-winning talk show host Ellen DeGeneres’ inked a deal with Greyson, making the floppy-haired teen the first signee to her new ElevenEleven Record Label, a division of Interscope. Did we mention that Madonna’s manager Guy Oseary and Lady Gaga’s manager Troy Carter are co-managing Greyson?