10 Songs, 39 Minutes


Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5

58 Ratings

58 Ratings

Carrier of the torch


When you first heard a Stevie Wonder song do you remember not being able to compare him to anyone else? His delivery, passion & pure love of what he does just shines through. When I first heard Judith I was blown away. She is a freak of nature. Every single note starts from the bottom of her manicured toes ( I don't know if they're manicured) and lunges out through her vocal chords to the touch you like your first breath. This album is good buy it. I'm gonna eat some waffles that my 11 year nephew made. wish me luck. LOL

Cori Jacobs

Judith Glory Hill


I have watched Judith mature & grow in both her musical talents & her comunication with her audience.
This album is exactly what we have been eagerly waiting for.
Judith Glory Hill has become a Mozart of Pop & R&B Music, Michael knew what he was doing when he snatched her up.
Every song on this CD is beyond memorable, beyond Amazing & beyond Hookable...
As Uncle George Motola would say... now that's what I call a Hit!
If one listens to this CD & doesn't walk away singing every tune...well you gotta be deaf...you'd still be bobbing yo head ;)
So proud of you Judith!
Lisa Rollins

Just not feeling it


This just isn't what I expected and the songs are boring. They all sound the same.

About Judith Hill

Judith Hill is among the few individuals -- or perhaps the only one -- who can not only claim to have worked with Michael Jackson, Spike Lee, George Benson, and Prince, but can back it up with documentation as well. Gutsy yet nuanced as a vocalist, and a songwriter as well as a pianist, the soul-rooted Hill is the daughter of musicians. She earned a degree in music composition from Biola University, near her native Los Angeles, and during the 2000s, she stock piled background vocalist credits on releases by the likes of Anastacia, Robbie Williams, Evelyn "Champagne" King, and Rod Stewart. In 2009, she was selected to duet with Michael Jackson on "I Just Can't Stop Loving You" during the This Is It Tour, and performed at the King of Pop's memorial service. During the next few years, Hill continued to work in a background capacity for Elton John, Gregg Allman, and Barry Manilow, among others. Her exposure increased significantly in 2012 and 2013. During the earlier earlier year, she recorded stirring material for Spike Lee's Red Hook Summer. The following year, she competed on The Voice during the singing competition's fourth season, and appeared in the Oscar- and Grammy-winning film 20 Feet from Stardom. Major additional background credits followed, and in 2015, she released Back in Time, an accomplished album produced and released by Prince. ~ Andy Kellman

    Los Angeles, CA




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