Lady Gaga’s Cover Artist, Teen Greyson Chance is Driving a 1966 Mustang Named Moses

Now this young artist, Greyson Michael Change on his full name, is the perfect example of what Youtube can build up on talented people. He became famous in 2010, when his performance of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” at a sixth-grade music festival became a hit on Youtube, gaining over 51 million views. Well now, the young artist has already released one album and is driving a 1966 Ford Mustang.
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Photo: Greyson Chance's Twitter Account
Who ever said the Internet is not going to change the world was at least as ignorant as the person thinking people will never fly. New artists all over the world are being discovered as their Youtube clips hit millions of views, right as we speak. The same thing happened with Greyson who managed to get famous at a very young age. Shortly after the Youtube success, he was invited at The Ellen Degeneres Show where he became really popular.

Two of is original compositions, “Stars” and “Broken Hearts,” gained over 6 and 8 million views respectively on his YouTube channel. Soon after he got his debut single, “Waiting Outside the Lines,” on the market. In August 2011, Chance’s debut album “Hold On ’Til the Night” was released.

So of course he had to go all celebrity-ish and buy a cool car to drive around with his teen friends. He bought the original street version sported six-cylinder Challenger engine with almost 300 horsepower last year and shortly after bragged about it on his Twitter Account. One thing we don’t get: why would you name your black Mustang “Mosses?”

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