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THE B-SIDE
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WITH "GRACE"
1/14/19

London-bred, Irish singer/songwriter and rapper Michael Stafford (aka Maverick Sabre) dropped his powerful and poignantly stirring new track “Her Grace,” which features Chronixx, on 12/7, closing out the year with a music video—directed by Shaun Grace—and the promise of new music in 2019. The second single off the Mercury/UMG artist’s forthcoming album, “Her Grace,” touches on domestic abuse.

The full-length project, When I Wake Up, is expected to drop in March and includes features from Grammy-nominated artists Jorja Smith and Chronixx. Seven years after his debut album, Lonely Are The Brave, dropped in 2012 and rose to #2 on the U.K. album charts, Sabre—currently repped by Evergreen Artists Management—has truly evolved into a multifaceted artist. Although he’s not currently touring the U.S., you catch him in the U.K. and Ireland; dates can be found here.