In light of the horrific damage caused by Hurricane Irma, Taylor Grey has announced that she will donate proceeds from the sale of her song “Miami,” to the American Red Cross Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund.

“I’ve been so heartbroken to hear about all of the destruction and displacement that Hurricane Irma has caused” says Taylor. “When you download my song Miami on Apple or Spotify for the rest of this month, proceeds will be donated to American Red Cross for relief. It would mean so much to me if you joined me. I’m sending my love to you, Florida.”

To download “Miami” and support the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund go to Apple or Spotify

Taylor is a junior at Stanford University majoring in neuroscience.  Early this year she released her highly anticipated album, Space Case, which was executive produced by the award winning, Josh Abraham (Justin Bieber, P!nk, Kelly Clarkson, etc.) and produced by Nico Stadi, among others. It features special appearances by The Vamps’ Brad Simpson (“Fallin’”) and Spencer Kane (“Miami”).

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