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Skylar Grey Proves She Doesn’t Need Any Major Label Support With Her Extremely Effort

Skylar Grey Proves She Doesn’t Need Any Major Label Support With Her Extremely Effort

MTV video music award-winning singer and songwriter, Skylar Grey proves that she doesn’t need the support of any major music company, addressing the ups and downs of her musical life.

Skylar Gray has one of the rare voices in the music world and showed how an influential artist she is in this industry with her incredible collaborations with Grammy Award-winning Detroit rapper Eminem.

The 34-year-old musician, who has not worked with a record company for many years, has proven that she does not need them and can achieve this with the music producers who always support her.

It is quite surprising that she has not worked with a record label for many years because she has a strong lyricist and an incredible voice. However, she seems to have not caught the attention of any music company, despite her incredible talent.

She posted many photos showing that she was working on a possible album with her Instagram post and excited her fans. With this post, Skyler seems to be releasing an amazing album. She also seems to want to show everyone what she can achieve with a small budget.

Here’s what she captioned:

“Gone are the days of major label support… But that doesn’t mean we can’t make dope art. It’s amazing what people can accomplish with little money if they just set their minds to it and work hard. I am very impressed with our tiny powerhouse crew of creatives. And every shoot, every song drop, we learn something new that we can apply to the next one.”

She continued:

“It’s a journey, an exploration, and a challenging conquest to do what we are doing… But I’m having so much fucking fun. Thank you, Ryan McKinnon, Elliott Taylor, and Paris Call from the bottom of my heart for helping me bring my visions to life!”

See the Instagram post below.

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