Grace billboard

Pass It On®

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I am not like everyone else. I don't pretend to be. I don't want to be. I am me.

—Grace VanderWaal


About This Billboard

She’s Climbing the Charts and Inspiring Fans With Her Message To Be Yourself!

Hailed by Rolling Stone as a “pop prodigy,” VanderWaal, 13, skyrocketed to fame after winning the 11th season of NBC’s top-rated America’s Got Talent and releasing the best-selling EP Perfectly Imperfect and debut album Just the Beginning.

The ukulele-wielding performer is on track to become one of Generation Z’s brightest stars, writing and singing songs about her own life experiences and prides herself on living a normal life. Recently named Billboard Women in Music’s 2017 Rising Star, she is also one of Billboard’s 21 Stars Under 21 for the second time and recognized in Variety’s Youth Impact Report, VanderWaal also is a YouTube and social media influencer who is on a mission to use her incredible voice to empower young girls. She joined the Pass It On campaign to spread the importance of believing in yourself.

Confidence. Pass It On!

This billboard about Confidence features Grace VanderWaal.


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COMMENTS


Lily from Gulf Breeze Flordia NOVEMBER 21, 2018
Your Billboard is in Pensacola Florida I see about once to twice a week and it really inspires me!!!!!!!

Anonymous SEPTEMBER 18, 2018
I pass one of these billboards all the time and it makes me smile each time. :)

Anonymous SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
I love grace. Shes a great singer and she is a great infulence to me and other girls out there. She also says never give up your dreams

Anonymous SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
I love grace. Shes a great inulence and to never give up your dreams.

Miguel O. from Nebraska JUNE 13, 2018
Grace influenced me to learn how to play the Ukelele. Now I feel more confident then ever, I even started my own music page on Instagram musicbymiguel. Anyways, she is my number one inspiration when it comes to music. “I am not like everyone else. I don't pretend to be. I don't want to be. I am me.” -Grace VanderWaal