These days, Angelina Jordan is one of the most famous young singers who has ever graced the world with their voice. Starting her career at 7, with the viral video with millions of views of her audition performance at Norweigh’s Got Talent which she also won. She has since then been featured in many media outlets, performed in shows, she has also realized a personal ambition of hers by performing for Peace Prize recipients Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi at the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Concert, and even getting the Golden Buzzer at the season two of America’s Got Talent spin-off, AGT: Champions.
She is now beloved by many for her angelic voice and her habit of performing barefooted, which according to her is her tribute to a motherless little girl whom she met on a trip to Asia when she too was only a girl. She gave her shoes to the little girl who in turn promised to pray for Angelina’s success in becoming a famous singer.
One of her most famous performances even before stepping on the AGT: Champions’ stage was when she performed at the homecoming concert of British-Norwegian DJ Alan Walker, Alan Walker Is Heading Home, at his hometown of Bergen on October of 2016.
Together with other singers like Marius Samuelsen, Alexandra Rotan, Yosef Wolde-Mariam, and Tove Styrke, Angelina performed at USF Verfet cultural center (USF – Kulturhuset), with a walker as the concert was live-streamed on YouTube.
Angelina, who was ten at the time sang (barefooted of course) “Faded” right after singing Walker’s unreleased track, the restrung version of “Sing Me To Sleep” to which every single one at the cultural center sang to.
The little seven-year-old girl who sang barefooted and even missing a few of her teeth is now an amazing lady with a mesmerizing voice that touches the heart of whoever hears it.