Judith Hill’s ‘Queen Of The Hill’ Is A Funky Pearl

The video is a celebration of Balinese culture...

Judith Hill has worked with some of the greatest artists America has ever produced.

She duetted with Michael Jackson in 2009, and performed at the King Of Pop's memorial service after his tragic passing.

Working as a backing vocalist for Elton John, Carole King, Robbie Williams, Rod Stewart, Gregg Allman, and Barry Manilow – amongst others – she also developed a creative partnership with Prince.

2015 full length 'Back In Time' was produced by The Purple One, with Prince also performing on the critically acclaimed record.

New album 'Golden Child' is incoming, and funky hymn 'Queen Of The Hill' leads the way.

A celebration of feminine strength, the track is rooted in that steady rhythm and Judith's intoxicating vocal.

Livi Zheng – a Hollywood producer, director and actress – is a fan of the song, and it includes it in her documentary Beats Of Paradise – a look at Bali, and Balinese culture.

Judith explains: "'Queen Of The Hill' is a funk song that celebrates the power and strength of a woman. I collaborated with Bali dancers and musicians to celebrate the coming together of cultures. It will be on my sophomore album, 'Golden Child' and the making of the music video will be featured in the documentary, Beats Of Paradise."

Clash is able to premiere the full video for 'Queen Of The Hill' – tune in now.

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