Greyson Chance -- a teen viral sensation-turned-singer/songwriter -- has inked a new record deal with Arista Records and Sony Music.
Chance first made his mark in 2010 with his jaw-dropping cover of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” at a school talent show, which garnered more than 60 million views and skyrocketed him to success. After appearing on Ellen, he signed with DeGeneres’ eleveneleven label, releasing two EPs and one full-length album distributed Interscope Geffen A&M Records.
A lot has changed since then, including Chance coming out as gay in July 2017 and taking a break from music shortly afterward. However, he made a comeback in March with his newest album portraits and announced a world tour earlier this month.