One of the finest vocal albums for many a decade, it’s a perfect blend of soul and neo-soul, r&b, jazz, funk and more.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ – Music Republic Magazine on ‘Baby, I’m Hollywood’
‘A compelling mix of piano balladry, vintage soul sweetness, and bold psychedelic funk/rock’ – Rock and Blues Muse
Judith Hill performs music from her album ‘Baby, I’m Hollywood’, a vibrant excursion into the annals of Black music past, present and future.
Rich in throwback soul, stunning piano balladry, and swaggering psychedelic funk, her music references an eclectic list of inspiration and influence, including Frederic Chopin, Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, Tata Vega, the Clark Sisters, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Wonder. Yet on ‘Baby, I’m Hollywood’, the singer arrives right on time, proudly cut from her own cloth, and firmly entrenched in her funkadelic universe.