At only 10 years old, Norwegian-born Angelina Jordan is already making a name for herself in the music industry. Since her debut, she’s gone on to win 2014’s edition of Norway's Got Talent, and even been featured on Ellen DeGeneres Show. Audiences around the world are captivated by her distinct singing style, which draws a lot of influence from popular jazz artists such as Frank Sinatra, Billy Holiday, and Ella Fitzgerald. Many people describe her as an old soul, and, after listening to her songs, it’s easy to see why. Her voice is so mature for a 10-year-old.
In her most recent appearance, Angelina was invited to perform at Little Big Shots, where she sang her rendition of Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon”. Her presence immediately captured everyone’s attention, and her singing became more impressive as the song progressed into the chorus. Steve Harvey was taken aback by the whole thing and it’s clear by the expression on his face that he was very impressed by her singing abilities. When her song came to an end, the entire audience gave her a well-deserved standing ovation for putting on such a great show.
There’s no doubt that Angelina Jordan is in a league of her own, and not just as a 10-year-old. There aren't too many vocalists who can emulate her unique vocal range, which makes her truly one-of-a-kind. We hope she will continue making more amazing music for many years to come.
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H/T: Little Big Shots