With the release of her self-titled debut in 2013, Leslie Grace has been an unstoppable force of musical nature these past few years. Signed by Sergio George of Top Stop Music in 2011 when she was just 16, Leslie's first three singles were smash hits, starting with her bilingual, Bachata-infused cover of "Will U Still Love Me Tomorrow," which reached #1 on Billboard's Latin Radio Airplay chart - making Leslie the youngest Latin female artist to achieve this. The singer and songwriter followed up with "Day 1," which she co-wrote with friend and collaborator Rey King. Leslie's third single was a part Spanish, part English re-imagining of the 60's classic "Be My Baby." In 2013, she toured the U.S. with Rayner Marrero and some of the most accomplished Bachata musicians in the world. She co-wrote several songs on her full length debut Leslie Grace, which received a "Best Contemporary Tropical Album" nomination at the 14th Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Leslie also received nominations for "Tropical Album of the Year" and "Tropical Female Artist of the Year" at the 26th annual Premio Lo Nuestro. In 2015, Leslie signed an exclusive recording deal with Sony Music Latin and released "Como Duele El Silencio", which reached the #1 on Billboard's Tropical Airplay chart, receiving a Latin Grammy nomination for "Best Tropical Song." Currently, Leslie is in the studio working once again with acclaimed composers, finishing her upcoming new album. A new single is scheduled for 2016.