Justice | A Girl Is More

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A Girl Is More

by Justice

Young tween pop star with a unique, sweet and lovely voice.
Genre: Pop: Twee Pop
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1. A Different Girl
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2. Hard to Believe
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3. Scream
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4. A Girl Is More
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5. I Might Never Know
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6. Born to Dance
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7. I Adore You
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8. In a Fairy Tale
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9. Not That Kind
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10. Country Girl
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11. Teach Me to Dance
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12. Not the Same
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
You can listen to Justice's songs (full length) at Justice.Bandcamp.com or SoundClick.com/justice-nebraska.


Justice is an eleven year old singer, who brings a fresh style to the songs she sings. Although taking cues from such singers as Salena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, Justice has developed a unique sound that is hers alone. Her style is sweet and cute but with expression and depth that are far beyond what one would expect in an eleven year old voice.

For this cd, Justice teamed up with a cadre of first rate professional musicians, who have performed the dynamic music tracks for these songs. She traveled to Nashville to record with well-known studio musicians at Rick Ott’s StringHouse Studio. Other music was performed by Bill Creel at his 10 Acre Recording Studio in Brooksville, Florida. The fusion of songs, music and Justice’s compelling vocals, have resulted in a cd that takes a step above the usual tween pop sound. It is a sound that one does not forget. Justice - A Girl is More.

For more information please contact Thomas Shea at teashea@aol.com.

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marese

A Girl Is More
Love the themes of this album - a real expression of life as an 11 year old! Justice' voice is indeed sweet and the music is great. Tweens I know will love this for the music, their parents will love it for the positive, age appropriate messages.
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Gail King

Justice...A girl is more
You will absolutely fall in love with Justice and her sweet, beautiful voice! Wow! She is such a positive role model for young girls everywhere!
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nancy wiederspan

JUSTICE - A GIRL IS MORE
Give yourself a treat and listen to JUSTICE - A GIRL IS MORE, the debut album from a talented, eleven year old vocalist. The songs have a broad variety of styles--including country western overtones in " Born to Dance", a Brazilian-type beat introduced in "I Might Never Know," as well as a unique renaissance quality in the song -- "In a Fairy Tale".

Justice's voice is particularly strong and confident on "Born to Dance". It appears from her interpretation of this toe-tapper that she is very comfortable performing this upbeat tune. Several songs effectively use her own voice in harmony. Particular favorites using this technique are: "Hard To Believe", "Scream", "I Might Never Know" and "Born To Dance". The final song, "Not The Same " has an interesting 'retro' beat and a unique voice-over treatment.

The sophisticated insturmentation and lyrics cannot be overlooked. The treatment of every song by the professional musicians is superb and the consistently brilliant and appropriate lyrics are perfect for the tween audience. This CD, JUSTICE - A GIRL IS MORE- is also much more than your average pop album and it is clear from the first listen.
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Grandma Tracey


Im so proud of you, Justice. Grandma loves you very much.
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