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As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs At Home series, moderator Scott Goldman talks with singer-songwriter Maisie Peters about the making of her debut album, You Signed Up For This, out August 27 on Ed Sheeran’s Gingerbread Man Records. With an innate gift for storytelling and crafting relatable, diary-entry songs, Maisie has emerged as one of Britain’s most prodigious songwriters. Two adored EPs, a dozen acclaimed singles, sold-out tours and a claim to fame as one of the youngest ever composers of a mainstream soundtrack, for Apple TV+’s Trying, are among the achievements of the self-taught star whose music has racked up over over half a billion streams globally.
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