She’s one of Malta’s biggest names on the bloggersphere and recently took home two MGT Production awards for Best Blogger of the Year and Best Writer of the Year for 2019. She took the world on tour with her to Egypt, shared her emotions of the pyramid experience with us all and pioneered one of Malta’s first stone markets online.
She’s a booming voice of positivity, relatively quiet and concise in her words, she glows with an aura of feel-good vibes that are sure to blow away any negative thoughts you may have with just one watch of her fabulous morning exercise IG stories.
The last time we heard this triple threat sing was in the arid deserts of Northern Africa when she visited the tombs of the pharaohs, but she’s back this time with a swinging jazz rendition of All About That Bass to promote the positive vibes we all ought to be basking in.
To Grazielle, music is a means of communication in line with any other art form.
Grazielle sees music (and art in general) as a way of expressing one’s thoughts with others. In the case of this video, she just loves the song and the positive connotations it holds.
Hello Dear Friends,It is with great joy that I'm presenting one of my hobby projects, in which I wish to spread positive messages to you while practising my singing and performance skills. It's never too late to be a beginner! xxx Grazielle/ FIRE Dresses: Exclusive – Malta, Kersten Borg; Hair Malcolm Theuma & Darren Darmanin; Make up @M·A·C Cosmetics Nails Sue Caruana @Niumee Malta Vocal Coach Gillian Attard Venue The Queen Victoria City Pub, VallettaFeaturing the adorable Mark Spiteri xxx
Posted by Blog by Grazielle on Tuesday, July 30, 2019
“It has a feel good factor with empowering messages to women,” she told Lovin Malta exclusively, “to be proud of the women they have become and not change to please the men they are attracted to.”
The online personality also wants to help put an end to the endless use of filters over our lives – taking aim at the photoshop and face tune community specifically – notoriously facading a false sense of achievement online with their grandiose statements and flawless images.
“Sometimes we cannot even recognise someone in person because they  their images so much.”
However, the main focus behind this video is Grazielle’s penchant for helping others through the sharing of stories. She takes a more hands-on approach to her methods and will put herself into the role in order to get an understanding from her audience.
Around this time last year, Grazielle dedicated her first cover to a friend who had passed. This was Grazielle’s first step towards conquering her fear of singing in front of others.
Now that a year has passed between the two videos, Grazielle thought it would be the perfect time to send a message out to anyone, specifically women, who fears ridicule or worries that their efforts are not enough for others.
“This project of recording, filming it and putting it together on a low budget was fun to do,” Grazielle continues.
She was trained under the watchful eye of Gillian Attard, popular local vocal coach and performs alongside Mark Spiteri in the video.
The instrumental of the track is a hark back to simpler times, the swinging sixties and roaring twenties spring to mind for the audio aesthetic and being shot in the new swanky Queen Vic pub in Valletta brings the whole piece together in a coherent body of work sure to stun anyone.
Grazielle needs no introduction, but she does definitely deserve some praise for the work she is doing online and off for the better of our island, the people and herself.
“I wish to share with my followers and anyone watching: a year and a half ago, I started singing lessons and slowly gained enough confidence to sing in public – and I am loving it. I was so scared of a microphone before. I would never dare try.”
“Now, I learn something new every week and I feel so empowered doing something special for myself. It is challenging for me to do something that I have never done before. I am 44 years old now and my message to everyone out there is that it’s never too late to try new things, take new courses, grow and learn and have fun in life. Life is a like a playground. Let’s have more fun and spread more joy rather than being too serious and spreading bad energies.”