What ethnicity is Judith Hill? Singer stuns fans with her performance at Game 1 of NBA finals

Miles Wigby July 7, 2021
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Judith Hill put on a stellar performance last night to open Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Fans worldwide were impressed and want to know more about the ethnicity, background and family of the singer.

Judith Hill sang the national anthem in the Phoenix Suns Arena.

Fans and celebrities worldwide were in awe of her performance.

The career of Judith Hill

Judith Hill is 38 and has had an impressive career working with huge artists across the world.

Judith worked a lot with Michael Jackson, performing and providing backing vocals.

In 2009, she performed a duet with Michael on the song I Just Can’t Stop Loving You during his This Is It concert tour.

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Judith also writes music. Her song Desperation featured in the 2012 Spike Lee film Red Hook Summer.

In March 2013, Hill entered as a contestant on The Voice US. She was on Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine’s team but was eliminated late in the competition.

Late 2014 she toured with John Legend in his UK leg of the All Of Me tour.

The background, ethnicity and family of Judith Hill

Judith Hill is half Japanese and half African-American.

Born in California, she attended Biola University and attained a degree in music composition.

Hill comes from a very musical background. Her mother, Michiko Hill, is a pianist from Tokyo.

Judith’s father, Robert Lee ‘Pee Wee’ Hill, was in a funk group in the 1970s.

Judith embraces her parent’s background and can sing in Japanese and English.

Hill can speak fluently in four languages as she learned French and Spanish in later life while touring.

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