Friday, July 10, 2009

Judith Hill - Heal The World

She's half Japanese and half black. She has suddenly become the most recognised newcomer since the Michael Jackson memorial on Tuesday. Judith Hill from Pasadena, California, did a superb job rendering "Heal The World." She was scheduled to be one of the back-up singers for Michael's 50 performances in London. There is no information on why Hill, whose parents met in a funk band in the 70s, was picked to be the lead for one of the most important songs at the memorial. The unknown has suddenly become a global sensation, in just one night. Thanks to the power of the international media. She has also become one of the most googled names since the memorial. It does help that she has a pretty face, beside her pretty voice.


Anonymous said...

Now this make my decision to send my kids to Singapore to do their education much easier. I believe the advantage of using English is far greater and I know most politicians in Malaysia send their children oversea to master English too.

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


Judith Hill has emerged from her hill
Not with just any ordinary song to kill
But one that clearly displays her skill
Especially when we have the world to heal

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 110709
Sat. 11th July 2009.