While it isn't exactly
Skylar Grey recently described the loose concept behind Invinsible (album) to Billboard's own Jason Lipshutz... Saying, in part, that the collection will chronicle her tumultuous journey from unknown Folk singer to sought-after Powerhouse: "I was depressed and broke and had nobody around and was feeling invisible to the world. That's what that ["Invisible"]'s about, that very first step... and so, within the album, you go on that journey of how I became invincible, and I think it's gonna be a story that a lot of people can relate to." Thus far, Hip-Hop Circles seem to be taking a liking to Grey/Alex's unique brand of Hip-Hop infused Alt. Pop; As Shake @ 2dopeboyz has posted semi-regular updates on Skylar Grey's progress, since the "Holly Brook" days!
The singer-songwriter had previously performed under an abridged version of her birth name, Holly Brook [Hafermann]. During this period, she wrote and recorded an album's-worth of material, a companion EP, and tracked a handful of features: Fort Minor (Mike Shinoda), Duncan Sheik, and Apathy. Brook was subsequently dropped from