After billions of views and a series of monumental performances, 14-year-old Los Angeles-based, critically acclaimed vocalist, Angelina Jordan has released her official debut single “Million Miles” today. Get it HERE and listen to it below via Republic Records.
Produced by GRAMMY® Award-winning production duo Stargate [Beyoncé, Sam Smith, Rihanna] and written by Angelina, the track highlights her expansive range above delicate piano. She immediately captivates with a jaw-dropping vocal performance well beyond her years and open-hearted lyrics.
“Million Miles” is about losing someone you really love,” she explains. “This song is very personal to me, because I had never felt the feeling of losing someone before I wrote this.”
“I knew I wanted something bigger,” she admits. “I didn’t want to jump into it until I felt I was ready.”
Along the way, GRAMMY® Award-winning production duo Stargate [Beyoncé, Sam Smith, Rihanna] reached out to Angelina, and they initiated a fervent creative partnership together. She continued to write lyrics, compose on piano and guitar, and record. Catching the attention of Republic Records, she inked a deal with the label in 2020.
The breadth of Angelina’s soulful and deep alto vocal delivery showcases a rare class of musical aptitude that you would attribute to an old soul, and legendary talent, well beyond her years.
Angelina Jordan has all the makings of a breakthrough star and is one to watch.
A musical prodigy, Angelina Jordan sang for the first time at barely a year old, and she never stopped. The Los Angeles-based 14-year-old singer and songwriter amplified her voice around the globe, racking up over half-a-billion YouTube views, just shy of 2 billion Facebook views, and praise from Time, CNN, The BBC, and People. Along the way, she performed for world leaders at some of the most influential events in Europe, appeared on European and North American television, and quietly enraptured a growing fan base. She graced the stage of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony and delivered an emotionally charged rendition of “What A Wonderful World.” A year later, she wowed an audience at Brilliant Minds in Stockholm. Touching down in Seoul during 2017, she joined a powerhouse bill alongside PSY and Norah Jones in front of 40,000 people at Muse In City Festival. Quincy Jones personally invited her to perform at his 85th birthday at London’s O2 Arena. Catching the attention of Republic Records, she inked a deal with the label in 2020. Now, she formally introduces herself with the debut single “Million Miles.”