If you thought the talents of Emmy-nominated TV star Tracee Ellis Ross were limited to acting, ‘Love Myself’ – the first single from her forthcoming film ‘The High Note’ – will make you think again.
It’s no surprise, we suppose, given her mother is the iconic diva Diana Ross, but ‘Love Myself’ shows Tracee Ellis stepping into her own musical spotlight – even if technically by proxy of her character (“Grace Davis”) in the motion picture.
One of many opportunities viewers will get to hear the 47-year-old flex her vocal chops on ‘High Note’s soon-to-be-delivered soundtrack, look inside for the Sarah Aarons and Greg Kurstin-penned tune – Tracee’s first recorded effort.
‘The High Note’ film (available through VOD platforms due to the ongoing stay-at-home orders across the country) and its companion soundtrack will arrive on May 29.
“Set in the dazzling world of the L.A. music scene comes the story of Grace Davis (Ross), a superstar whose talent, and ego, have reached unbelievable heights. Maggie (Johnson) is Grace’s overworked personal assistant who’s stuck running errands but still aspires to her dream of becoming a music producer. Things come to a head when Grace’s long-time manager (Cube) presents the singer with a choice that could alter the course of her career, and Grace must choose between playing it safe or listening to her heart in a decision that could change her life forever.”
See the trailer below: