Skylar Grey

Skylar Grey

About Skylar Grey

Holly Brook Hafermann (born February 23, 1986), better known by her stage name Skylar Grey (formerly Holly Brook), is a Grammy-nominated American multi-instrumental singer, songwriter and record producer. Grey was signed to Machine Shop Recordings and performed on 'Where'd You Go' by Fort Minor under the name Holly Brook. She released her debut album Like Blood Like Honey in 2006. She co-wrote the three versions of 'Love the Way You Lie' with Alex Da Kid who signed her to his Wonderland Music label. She was featured as a guest vocalist on Diddy-Dirty Money's single 'Coming Home', Dr. Dre's and Eminem's 'I Need a Doctor' and Lupe Fiasco's 'Words I Never Said' Grey performed professionally as a child in a folk duo with her mother called Generations. Together, (with producer/engineer Randy Green) they independently produced three albums, 'Dream Maker', 'Lift Me', and 'Millennial Child/Waiting For You'.

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