Rockstar and Maryland native Grenique are grew up in a distinctively creative and musical family. Her poet mother and band percussionist father gave her the name Grenique because her father's name is Greg and her mother knew that she would be unique. They also gave her a thorough background in rock, R&B soul, hip hop and jazz music leading her to absorb elements of Prince, Chicago, Billy Joel, Salt n Pepa, Mary J Blige, En Vogue, Queen Latifah, Lauryn Hill, George Dukes, Phyllis Hyman, Minnie Riperton, Michael Jackson, Debarge, Aerosmith, Marvin Gaye, Chaka Khan, The Jones Girls, Patrice Rushen, Patty Labelle and Eric B and Rakim. Grenique began performing with Gogo bands and girl groups as a teen but felt her ideas would work better as a solo artist. Grenique headed to New York City and met with entertainment attorney, one who introduced her to producer Dahoud Darian. This connection led to her meeting Kedar Massenburg, former president of Motown Record as well as Chico Debarge. The result was a record deal, the song "Disco" on Rush Hour soundtrack which she received a platinum plaque for and a debut album, Black Butterfly which charted on Billboard. Grenique co-wrote and sang background on the song "Games Pain" by The Game featuring Keyshia Coles which made its way to the top of the charts. This artist is definitely not a new face to the magazines. She's been featured in Seventeen, Essence, Billboard, Vibe, Ebony and several other popular magazines. Grenique was also featured on a reality show called Stiletto Bosses and is currently working on her own reality show which will be featured on a major network. She’s also in a movie called “Rooster” that will be in theaters 2023. Grenique’s sophomore project is a guaranteed "Game Changer" which is executive produced by Raheem Devaughn.