Judith Hill

Powerhouse vocalist sought out by Prince, Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson to name a few...

Los Angeles

Judith Hill

Hill’s new album, Baby, I’m Hollywood is a funk-rock-soul scorcher, filled with sultry bump-n-grinders like “God Bless the Mechanic,” anthemic songs exposing what it’s like to grow up a biracial woman in these United States (“Americana”), and bitter, beautiful ballads like “When My World Is Blue.”
Spin Magazine

After releasing the powerful album "Baby, I'm Hollywood" early last year, former Prince collaborator Judith Hill is coming to Millpond to share those great new songs as well as material from 2015's Prince-produced "Back in Time,” recorded at his Paisley Park Studios. Judith Hill has been praised by Rolling Stone for her “stellar powerhouse vocals.” In addition to penning and performing her own material, Judith – who wrote her first song at the age of four – has backed such artists as Stevie Wonder and the late Michael Jackson. She has toured with Josh Groban, John Legend and Prince both in the US and the UK. A number of Hill's original ballads were featured in the 2012 Spike Lee film “Red Hook Summer.”  Hers is one of the stories told in director Morgan Neville’s acclaimed “20 Feet From Stardom,” a film that shines the spotlight on the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of our time. The film won an Academy Award for Best Documentary and a Grammy for Best Music Film. Hill, who was also featured on the film’s soundtrack, was a contestant on season four of “The Voice.” 

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