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Jessie Hillel Releases Her Debut Album “With Love"

Outstanding 2012 ‘New Zealand’s Got Talent’ Runner up

Jessie Hillel Releases Her Highly Anticipated Debut Album “With Love”

Availiable April 26th

During 2012’s strongly contested ‘New Zealand’s Got Talent’ competition an 11 year old Jessie Hillel consistently stood out with a beautiful and powerful voice beyond her years. By the time the highly contested final concluded Jessie had placed a very close 2nd and won the hearts of a nation.
Understandably this was not Jessie’s first experience on the stage; in 2010 she represented New Zealand at the World Championship of Performing Arts in Los Angeles, winning in multiple singing categories. This amazing achievement added to an already impressive amount of awards Jessie has won dating back to her first major competition at the tender age of seven.

On April 26th Sony Music will proudly release Jessie’s highly anticipated debut album “With Love”. The CD will feature the three outstanding songs Jessie performed on ‘New Zealand’s Got Talent’ along with some of her most loved songs including “Castle In A Cloud” from the academy award winning ‘Les Miserables,’ Enya’s “Orinoco Flow” performed with a children’s choir, and “Pi’s Lullaby” from the critically claimed motion picture ‘Life Of Pi’.


1. Nella Fantasia
2. Orinoco Flow
3. Pi’s Lullaby
4. O Mio Babbino Caro
5. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
6. Pie Jesu
7. Bridge Over Troubled Water
8. I Dreamed A Dream
9. Memory
10. Castle On A Cloud
11. Ave Maria

Jessie Hillel – “With Love” will be available April on 26th.


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