Rachel Grae - “Journal Entry no. 10” cover
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Rachel Grae releases a music video for her “Love I’ve Been Jealous Of” single

Rachel Grae is a rising singer-songwriter based in New York. Not too long ago, she released a music video for her new hopeful ballad, titled, “Love I’ve Been Jealous Of,” via FRTYFVE. Grae previously teased a snippet of the song to her fans on tour and via TikTok to her 1M+ followers.

Rachel Grae – “Love I’ve Been Jealous Of” music video

“I’m jealous of perfect first dates and Valentine’s Day, people as happy as I pretend to be. I’m jealous of Justin and Ally, they met at a party, and everyone knew it was meant to be. I keep falling and it don’t work out, getting up to get let down. Somebody show me a real love ‘cause I’m getting ready to give up. I want a feeling that only a movie can make, the kind where you kiss on the corner. Doesn’t get old when it’s older, I want somebody to spin me around in the rain. Oh, when will I find the love I’ve been jealous of?” – lyrics

‘Love I’ve Been Jealous Of’ tells a heartfelt tale about a wishful young woman who desires to encounter real love. Apparently, she’s lonely and wants to find the love that everyone else seems to have so much of. Also, she’s searching for a guy who will not play her like a game. Later, she admits, “I might as well just close my eyes and point when it comes to boys. Maybe, if I did I’d have more luck.”

‘Love I’ve Been Jealous Of’ contains a love-based narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with fans of Ariana Grande, Olivia Rodrigo, and Tate McRae. The emotional tune possesses thudding drums, strings, and piano-laden instrumentation flavored with a warm contemporary pop vibration. Furthermore, “Love I’ve Been Jealous Of” draws on Grae’s previous singles like “Colorblind,” “Right Person Right Time,” and “How Dare You,” which she shared in a vulnerable live performance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’s #LateShowMeMusic, and was featured on the season finale of Love Island UK.

“I swear that there’s a place they make the same guy with a different face. Where they teach ‘em everything but how to stay.”

Rachel Grae - “Love I've Been Jealous Of” photo
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“I wrote ‘Love I’ve Been Jealous Of’ about the type of love I admire and hope to find for myself one day. I felt like I was singing a lot about heartbreak, so I decided to switch it up a bit and expose my hopeless romantic side with this one.” – Rachel Grae explained

‘Love I’ve Been Jealous Of’ finds Rachel Grae moving from heartbreak to hoping she finds the love she deserves. Growing up in the outskirts of New York City, Grae dissected music like an archeologist — turning over melodies to figure out what elevated a catchy song to an unforgettable one and studying the characteristics of lyrics that unraveled like poetry. When she started writing her own music, she set her intention with clarity. Brimming with wide-eyed, post-adolescent curiosity, and filtered through a keen sense of maturity, Grae embraces imperfection as a means to investigate vulnerability in all its forms.

Wielding an unmistakably dynamic voice that’s warm and enveloping, her range is reminiscent of Kelly Clarkson or Demi Lovato. Paired with an ear for bouncy pop that’s rich with inviting earworms, she writes songs that are built for all emotional seasons. It’s this innate ability to connect with an audience that’s made a substantial and rapidly growing TikTok following of devoted fans who have turned her platform into a form of group therapy.

Rachel Grae – “Love I’ve Been Jealous Of” single

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