JildyT has been singing since before she could talk. As a child she drew much of her inspiration (and likely her talent) from her father who she says “sang like Frank Sinatra”. When she was only 11, she began to study opera and compete in country music singing contests. Dedicating much of her life to her craft, she performed almost every night and practiced daily in order to create the angelic sounding voice that you hear today.
What makes her such an interesting Hollywood story is the way that she is dedicated not only to her craft, but to the idea of helping others in society. Throughout the past couple of years, she has filmed what seems like countless music videos consisting of both cover songs and original material in and around the Los Angeles area. And while she admits that it was a bit of a grind, she expresses being motivated by the charity aspect. She explains that there is “no ego” in what she does, and that at the end of the day the music industry does not foster a predictable lifestyle.
It is this awareness that makes the songs so meaningful and the message so clear; the perfect combination of fun, and infectious music with a very real message behind it. The energy that JildyT brings to her music combines the best elements of American pop and hip hop with the type of social awareness that turns heads and holds attention of listeners. Recorded at Hollywood Hippie Records in Hollywood HIlls, California, “Hurt’s To Love” is indeed a very emotional and self aware record that is sure to deliver its important message in epic fashion.
Produced by Hollywood Hippie Records, a portion of the album sales will be donated to a variety of charities dedicated to help fight the destructive nature of domestic abuse. Currently available on every major online music outlet, “Hurt’s To Love” is an answer for any listener looking for a fresh new sound with positive meaning.
Listeners can check out the JildyT on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to learn more about her, and how to help in the fight against domestic abuse. You can also check out her YouTube channel to hear some of her recorded tracks from “Hurt’s To Love” including “Ruined”, as well as her amazing covers and back catalog.
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/embed/C_VYJa3scJE
Company Name: 3000 Records
Contact Person: Terrance Schemansky
Address:P.O. Box 285
Country: United States