Pop Singer

Gabz was born in Stevenage, England, United Kingdom on December 11th, 1998 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 25, Gabz biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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December 11, 1998
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Stevenage, England, United Kingdom
25 years old
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Gabz Career

In his Britain's Got Talent audition, screened on 26 May, Gray who at that time was going by the name Gabz, performed an original song called "The One". When asked beforehand what the song was about, Gray stated that it was about "losing the love of your life". Gray received praise from the judges, with Simon Cowell stating, "I absolutely loved that. I really did. I think that's a cute little song, great chorus, you know, produced properly that song... you may have something there." Gray received four "yes" votes from the judges and was put through to the next round, and subsequently the semi-finals. In the semi-final on 28 May, Gray performed the song again, this time with a backing track and choir. Walliams urged Cowell to make the song available for purchase, predicting it could make number one in the UK Singles Chart. Gray landed in the top three of the night, and with comedian Jack Carroll already through, it was down to the judges to choose between Gardiner and Irish singers Jack and Cormac. All four judges voted for Gray, thus sending him through to the final.

It was Gray's idea to audition, and that his father almost refused to let him audition because of his bad attitude at home, and required Gray to get better, and eventually let him after the deadline was extended. Gray also stated that "It would be amazing to win – I'm not expecting it – I don't think I will. I'm really really happy to get this far, I can't believe it, it's great, I'm just hoping I can get a record deal or something so I can show more of my songs – I've written over 30 now." Gray's hometown also saw support, with banners supplied by businesses around his hometown.

In the final, Gray performed a mash-up of a new song "Lie There" and "The One". Gray finished in seventh place with 3.6% of the vote.

Cowell stated his intention to give Gray a record deal after Britain's Got Talent. Gray released "The One", renamed "Lighters", on 30 June 2013 via Sony Music.

It was produced by Graham Stack.

The single debuted at number 6 in the UK Singles Chart.

Gray's second single, "Lie There", was released on 3 November 2013. The video was released on 21 October.

A third single "Change the Game" was released on 21 March 2014. Gray's fourth single, "Holiday in Brazil", was released ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. It was written by Gray and Paul Baker, with 25 p from every download going to the Make-A-Wish Foundation UK. The video was filmed in London, featuring several of Gray's brothers, two of his cousins and several of his school friends.

In 2016, Gray released his EP titled "Up" which featured five tracks - "Up", "Best Night", "Counting Scars", "Dream Big" and "Friend Zone".

The First Single came from the UP Album was Called Up in July 2016.

Then The Second Single Called Counting Scars came out in August 2016, a Month later after Up the Single Up Came out.

In 2018, The Single "Losing No Sleep" was released in 2018. The music video was subsequently posted on 3 February 2018 to the "GabzOfficialVEVO" YouTube channel. The song and music video is about a couple going through a hard time and how they are struggling to resolve their relationship.

On 12 April 2019, Gray released the single 'When I Look At You' and the accompanying music video was posted on 3 May 2019.

In 2020, Gray released his EP "Self Destruct". It featured five tracks - "Crash", "Peak (Interlude)", "Self Destruct", "No Consequences" and "Break up Song".

On 11 June 2021, Gray independently produced and released a remake of his 2013 single "Lighters". This reflected his sexuality as the lyric previously used the term "girlfriend" when referring to a partner he lost and now said "boyfriend".

Since 2018 to June 2019, Gray has appeared in BBC talent series All Together Now, as one of the hundred judges.