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Music/Lyrics:David White
John Madara
Producer:Quincy Jones
Parker Ighile
Cover version of:Lesley Gore - You Don't Own Me
World wide:
ch  Peak: 60 / weeks: 5
at  Peak: 55 / weeks: 2
fr  Peak: 184 / weeks: 1
be  Tip (Vl)
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au  Peak: 1 / weeks: 16
nz  Peak: 5 / weeks: 15

RCA 976664319

RCA 1062092595

Digital Remixes EP
RCA 1040304623

Digital RCA 976664319 (Sony)
1. You Don't Own Me
Remixes EP - Digital RCA 1040304623 (Sony)
1. Grace - You Don't Own Me (Shaun Frank Remix)
2. Grace - You Don't Own Me (Chachi Remix)
3. You Don't Own Me (Watashi Remix)
4. Grace - You Don't Own Me (Thrill Remix)
5. You Don't Own Me (Candyland Remix)
Digital RCA 1062092595 (Sony)
1. Grace - You Don't Own Me (Radio Mix)

3:19You Don't Own MeRCA
3:18Memo [EP]RCA
3:20The Dome Vol. 74Sony
88875 09779 2
3:21So Fresh: The Hits Of Winter 2015Sony
Watashi Remix4:15You Don't Own Me [Remixes EP]RCA
Candyland Remix3:28You Don't Own Me [Remixes EP]RCA
3:21Kuschelrock 29Sony
88875 10280 2
3:20BR Bayern 3 - Matuschkes Lieblinge - Die etwas anderen Radio-Hits Vol. 4Sony
88875 13894 2
3:19Now That's What I Call Music! 92Now
3:22So Fresh: The Hits Of Summer 2016 + The Best Of 2015Universal
3:21Keep Calm And ChilloutColumbia
3:22Bravo Black Hits Vol. 34Polystar
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3:19Suicide Squad - The AlbumAtlantic
3:19Suicide Squad - The Album [Collector's Edition]Atlantic
3:18Now That's What I Call Music! 59 [US]Legacy
G-EazyG-Eazy: Discography / Become a fan
Grace [AU]Grace [AU]: Discography / Become a fan
1942 (G-Eazy feat. Yo Gotti & YBN Nahmir)
Almost Famous
Been On
But A Dream
Calm Down
Charles Brown (G-Eazy feat. E-40 & Jay Ant)
Crash & Burn (G-Eazy feat. Kehlani)
Don't Let Me Go (G-Eazy feat. Grace)
Downtown Love (G-Eazy feat. John Michael Rouchell)
Drifting (G-Eazy feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez)
Everything Will Be OK (G-Eazy feat. Kehlani)
F**k With U (Pia Mia feat. G-Eazy)
F.F.F. (Bebe Rexha feat. G-Eazy)
Far Alone (G-Eazy feat. E-40 & Jay Ant)
Far Alone (G-Eazy feat. E-40)
Fly Away (G-Eazy feat. Ugochi)
For This (G-Eazy feat. Iamnobodi)
Get A Bag (G-Eazy feat. Jadakiss)
Give It Up (Nathan Sykes feat. G-Eazy)
Good Life (G-Eazy & Kehlani)
Him & I (G-Eazy & Halsey)
I Mean It (G-Eazy feat. Remo)
Just Believe
Let's Get Lost (G-Eazy feat. Devon Baldwin)
Lotta That (G-Eazy feat. A$AP Ferg & Danny Seth)
Love A Loser (Cassie feat. G-Eazy)
Love Is Gone (G-Eazy feat. Drew Love)
Make Me... (Britney Spears feat. G-Eazy)
Mama Always Told Me (G-Eazy feat. Madison Love)
Me, Myself & I (G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha)
Mercedez (Riff Raff feat. G-Eazy & J.Doe)
Motto (David Guetta & Steve Aoki feat. Lil Uzi Vert, G-Eazy & Mally Mall)
No Less (G-Eazy with SG Lewis & Louis Mattrs)
No Limit (G-Eazy feat. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B)
Nothing To Me (G-Eazy feat. Keyshia Cole & E-40)
Of All Things (G-Eazy feat. Too $hort)
One Of Them (G-Eazy feat. Big Sean)
Opportunity Cost
Order More (G-Eazy feat. Starrah)
Pick Me Up (G-Eazy feat. Anna Of The North)
Pray For Me
Remember You (G-Eazy feat. Blackbear)
Sad Boy
Same Bitches (Post Malone feat. G-Eazy & YG)
Saw It Coming (G-Eazy X Jeremih)
Shoot Me Down (G-Eazy feat. Anthony Stewart)
Sober (G-Eazy feat. Charlie Puth)
Some Kind Of Drug (G-Eazy feat. Marc E. Bassy)
Special Love (G-Eazy feat. Dakari)
Summer In December
That's A Lot
The Beautiful & Damned (G-Eazy feat. Zoe Nash)
The Plan
These Things Happen
Think About You (G-Eazy feat. Quiñ)
Tumblr Girls (G-Eazy feat. Christoph Andersson)
What If (G-Eazy feat. Gizzle)
You & Me (Marc E. Bassy feat. G-Eazy)
You Don't Own Me (Grace feat. G-Eazy)
You Got Me
Must Be Nice
The Beautiful & Damned
The Outsider
These Things Happen
When It's Dark Out
Boyfriend Jeans
Boys Boys Boys
Church On Sunday
Crazy Over Here (Grace feat. Parker)
Dirty Harry
Feel Your Love
From You
Hell Of A Girl
Hope You Understand
How To Love Me
Just You, Not Now (Love Theme)
Love Me Or Leave Me
Memo (Boyfriend Jeans)
New Orleans
Running With A Ghost (Lil Yachty feat. Grace)
Song Cries And Amens
The Honey
You Don't Own Me (Grace feat. G-Eazy)
Memo [EP]
Average points: 3.88 (Reviews: 48)
Intrigued to see this selling so well on iTunes here in Oz, so thought I would give it a listen through, and thought it was pretty average. It looks like I might have to get used to it though, as it looks like it might somehow get to #1 and knock Wiz Khalifa off the top spot.

After a little Wikipedia research, it turns out she is Conrad Sewell's sister and this song is a cover of Lesley Gore song of the same title.
A decent cover which I simply adore for some reason.
The Love Child promos on TV are to blame for this being relevant. The raps are mediocre and the chorus is boring and uneventful. I don't like this at all. A future #1? Hope not. 2.9.
I've always liked the original and Grace is a decent enough singer to not ruin the chorus so I can still enjoy that but the raps suuuuuuuuck and that stop/start jolting through the verses is incredibly annoying.
Last edited: 29.08.2015 15:18
Chorus is nice and both artists contribute well. The key change towards the end is also quite lovely. Where this falters however is how the beat awkwardly jolts all over the place mainly during the verses, really takes the attention away from the otherwise solid melodies. 3.5
This is in the spotlight due to combinations of nepotism & what are essentially legal work-arounds for payola that achieve the same effect. I try my hardest to make sure I don't solely support major label artists and I think if more people did, things would be a little better. For instance, Western Australian singer Grace Woodroofe who adopted the mononym before this singer did, hence why I will refer to her in an eccentric way for the course of this review.

Now that I have that out of the way, I can go back to applauding this for bravery. Why you ask? Well a few reasons:

-I'm posting about this on the internet. It's a well noted fact that the internet really has an issue with women, as cesspools like theredpill & #gamerg8 show.
-Grace [QLD] is making her debut single a cover of the grandmother of all feminist anthems.
-Lesley Gore passed away about a month before this track was released, it takes a lot of chutzpah to cover an artist like that.
-Lesley Gore was a vocal powerhouse. Grace [QLD] goes even so far as to mimic the famous 1964 live version Lesley performed, which is really calling for high expectations.
-"You Don't Own Me" is a song that totally doesn't work in today's pop climate. Lesley's recording goes for like two minutes which is just way too short for 2015, and why they have to casually hide the fact that all Grace [QLD] is singing is a chorus, because...
-They added a rippity rapper to the track. One who isn't Eminem either, so the average 9gag user is probably in distress. I'm undecided on whether or not I'm for his contribution, as it's on the right topic but I can't help but feel it slightly diminishes the point of the song. She shouldn't need someone else to tell you that she's strong and independent, she does it herself and it's a powerful statement.
-This was released on Sony and sounds absolutely nothing like their usual complete antithesis of bravery.
-This does not even sound on trend with anything, it's just doing its own modern spin on the original and it rather pays off.

To go on from one of my previous points, I think Grace [QLD] does a good job with her performance. It's a tall order of course, but she doesn't try to go beyond her limits and it pays off pretty well. And of course, yay for feminism, and yay for getting more people to listen to a classic which doesn't get quite as much attention as it probably should.
Last edited: 05.05.2015 18:32
ja, eine Neuauflage mit Rapper des Lesley Gore-Titels aus den 60er, 3*…
Awesome cover!
Last edited: 19.03.2018 04:42
This track is frustratingly uneven. The cover parts are nice and it's good to have the track updated to introduce it to a new audience. But that rapper is just awful and the production is so messy that I can't fully enjoy it. I sit listening and waiting for the lady to sing. 3.5 for me

The production kills me now. What's up with the constant stop start thing. It's not good, very amateurish. Which is a shame because the parts that 'Grace' sings are actually very good.
Last edited: 28.06.2015 13:40
Vielleicht ist es bei diesem Song zuträglich, das Original nicht zu kennen oder es zumindest kaum mehr im Ohr zu haben, wie es bei mir der Fall ist. Deshalb bewerte ich in diesem Fall auch mal ohne jegliche Referenz und muss sagen, dass ich die Nummer sogar ziemlich cool gemacht finde. Das Arrangement klingt ein wenig abgehackt, aber atmosphärisch und gesanglich passt das schon ziemlich gut. Der Rapper ist okay.

Gute 4.
...ach nein, bitte nicht so - ich kenne das Original und diese eigenwillige Version will sich nicht in meinem Ohr wohl fühlen - die Lady singt ja ganz nett, aber das Geschwätz vom Raper macht alles zunichte -...
...ich war wohl zu streng mit meinen 3* - wenn mir auch nach wie vor das 'Geschwätz' nicht bekommt, muss ich doch den sehr guten Gesang von Grace anerkennen. Das Gesamtbild des Covers ist mir somit, nach wiederholtem Hören, 4* wert...
Last edited: 17.01.2016 11:49
Une reprise vocalement bien menée.
Pretty average all up for me, though it does have it's moments where I really think I could have liked it. 3.4*
Allemaal niet slecht gedaan al vind ik het nu ook niet bepaald buitengewoon.
▒ Ook ik ga natuurlijk voor het origineel uit 1963 van de helaas op 68 jarige overleden leeftijd (16-02-2015) Amerikaanse zangeres, actrice, songschrijfster en activiste: "Lesley Sue Goldstein", alias: "Lesley Sue Gore" !!! Maar deze coverversie uit begin maart 2015 is zeker niet slecht ☺!!!
Geht an mir vorüber
Last edited: 25.03.2016 09:57
Das hat den Charme eines 60er-Oldie erhalten...
Kudos to a single bringing my interest to a song I was never really that excited about. I heard this regularly since its quick climb to #1 but wasn't rating it much at all - was just indifferent to it. But this was destined to draw me in and it is down to the singing and production. Grace's vocals are amazing and I like the melody, instrumental arrangements and tone shifts. G-Eazy is reasonable with his contributions, well entrenched into this version of the song now after so many listens. Over time this has gone from "no you shouldn't really dare to cover this" to "wow I want to hear that again".
...Grace würde zwar eine vier verdienen, doch G-Eazy verdirbt mir den Hörgenuss...
Ein recht gelungenes Cover aus meiner Sicht, Stimmt passt gut für den Song, über die Raps kann man sich streiten, wären nicht unbedingt nötig gewesen. 4.5
Natürlich lieber das Originale, aber so schlimm ist dieses Cover garnicht, der Nerv-Faktor was den Rap anbelangt hält sich (bei mir) in Grenzen!
interessante und recht gelungene mischung. produziert vom grossmeister q. jones! alle achtung!
Über den Rappart lässt sich wie immer streiten. Finde diese Version aber unglaublich gelungen. Das moderne Arrangement passt perfekt. Teilweise höre ich auch kleine James Bond vibes raus.
Ist doch prima. Den Rapper brauchts nicht mal.
In Nederland is de melodie natuurlijk vooral bekend van Hazes' "Zeg maar niets meer". Deze remake vind ik heel tof gedaan. Modern maar toch met die o zo bekende lijn.
Ich muss gestehen, dass mir das Original bis dato nichts sagte. Quincy Jones, bereits Produzent desselben und Altmeister seines Fachs, gelingt der Spagat, die Version frisch klingen zu lassen, ohne deren Wurzeln zu verleugnen. Ob der Rapper und die "Nadelsprünge" zu Beginn dazu nötig waren, bleibt dahingestellt; mich stört beides nicht sonderlich. 1963 mag die Message noch ziemlich unerhört gewesen sein (man denke bloss an "There Goes My Everything" oder auf Deutsch "aber Dich gibt's nur einmal für mich"), aber es tut auch den heutigen Gangsta-Rappern (rein optisch scheint G-Eazy nicht dazuzugehören) gewiss gut, die klare Ansage mal wieder zu hören.
Long story short: Solide, abgerundete Vier mit Potential.

An die Rap-Hasser: Es gibt Versionen ohne G-Eazy. Bei uns wurde leider nur eine sehr langweilige mit der Single released; die interessantere mit Trompeten-Intro nur ein paar mal in den Radios gespielt.
Last edited: 08.10.2016 09:41
Ich kenne den Song in der dramatisch-theatralischen Version vom "Dirty Dancing"-Soundtrack (von der ich lange dachte, es sei das Original).
Dieses Cover der australischen Newcomerin (das in ihrer Heimat und in UK ein Hit ist) bewahrt sich viel von dieser (klassischen) Atmosphäre (wohl nicht zuletzt der Tatsache geschuldet, dass der gute alte Quincy Jones hier produziert hat) und hat mit dem Rapper und den Breaks doch einen sehr zeitgemässen, frischen Anstrich.
Last edited: 04.06.2016 11:31
na ja
Warum müssen diese Rapper eigentlich immer alles zerstören...? Dieses Geplapper ist wirklich total "cheesy" und wäre wirklich nicht nötig gewesen, denn die Stimme von Grace ist super und erreicht die Klasse des Originals.

Diese Neuauflage tönt für mich sogar noch etwas frischer als das schöne Original aus dem Jahr 1963 von Lesley Gore (ja, genau, das war die mit "It's my Party").
Interesting and innovative cover of the Lesley Gore classic from a teenage girl who is old enough to be her grand-daughter.

Great feminist anthem which shows society still has a long way to go before girls and women are treated as equals.

Der hat was....
No.1 in Greece
Wenn der Rap nicht wäre, dann hätten wir nur eine zeitgemäß gesungene Version dieses schönes Titels.
Ja, ohne den Rap würde ich das auch deutlich besser finden. Aber auch so recht gut. 4+*

edit: Muss hier nun doch noch auf die 5* erhöhen, bin wohl etwas spät was die 'Entdeckung' dieses Songs angeht. Wird sehr warscheinlich aber ihr einziger Hit werden.
Last edited: 02.07.2016 08:31
So lässt man sich Covers gefallen.
ohne den Rap wäre es eine glatte 6
Aardige upgrade van deze klassieke track.
Wem es nicht aufgefallen ist, sie singt ohnehin nur den Refrain des Oldies. Und den Rap - bäh!

Tatsächlich ist die Version aus DD meine Liebste.
Aufgerundete 5.
I associate this with Christmas time so it's only fair I rate it now.
Even though the production here is all over the place, it sounds very good to these ears. It has quite a sexy sound. I don't care much about G-Eazy, but he doesn't bother me either. Grace is really talented however, she has a great voice and her ad libs after the last chorus are everything.
Sehe das wie viele hier: der Gesangspart von Grace ist stark, das Rap-Geplapper dazwischen hätte es so nicht gebraucht, auch wenn es Schlimmeres aus der Sparte gibt. Abgerundete 4.
Boy was this an over-hyped piece of Aussie pop! There is absolutely nothing wrong with it but it will never touch the originals authenticity, ever!

Last edited: 06.07.2017 15:04
aufgerundete 4

CDN: #45, 2016
USA: #57, 2016

Nettes Cover, aber ohne diesen G-Eazy wär der Song um Längen besser.
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