Artist picture of Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson

418 503 takipçi

Tüm Jennifer Hudson şarkılarını Deezer'da dinle

Sanatçının En çok dinlenenleri

And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going Jennifer Hudson 04:43
Spotlight Jennifer Hudson 04:11
Love You I Do Jennifer Hudson 02:48
Spotlight Jennifer Hudson 04:06
You Pulled Me Through Jennifer Hudson 03:39
Think Like A Man (feat. Rick Ross) Jennifer Hudson, Ne-Yo, Rick Ross 04:01
Giving Myself Jennifer Hudson 04:14
I Want You Baby Jennifer Hudson, Beyoncé, Eddie Murphy, Keith Robinson 02:53
Cadillac Car Laura Bell Bundy, Jennifer Hudson, Beyoncé, Eddie Murphy 02:21
Dreamgirls Jennifer Hudson, Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose 03:19

Yeni çıkanlar

Yeni çıkan şarkılarıyla Jennifer Hudson Deezer'da

Popüler albümler

Jennifer Hudson ve en popüler albümleri

Benzer sanatçılar

Jennifer Hudson ile benzer sanatçıları bul

Çalma listeleri

Çalma listeleri ve müziğiyle Jennifer Hudson

Yer aldığı albümler

Jennifer Hudson şarkılarını Deezer'da dinle

Biyografi

Though her early days as a singer included a stint working on Disney Cruise Lines, Jennifer Hudson (September 12, 1981) first shot into the limelight back in 2004 when she became a finalist on hit US TV talent show American Idol. Though she failed to win the competition (despite being favorite), her star continued to rise and she was soon performing alongside the likes of Cuba Gooding Jr, Eddie Murphy, and disco diva Beyoncé in the film version of popular Broadway musical Dreamgirls. Taking the film industry by storm thanks to both her acting and vocal talent, Hudson picked up both a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, as well as creating a dedicated audience and building a successful platform from which to launch her solo singing career. Keen to get back to her roots and into the studio, her eagerly awaited eponymous debut album followed in 2008, spawning the worldwide hit “Spotlight.” Sadly, the artist was forced to take a break from her career in the wake of her mother, brother, and aunt being killed in a tragic shooting. Despite the tragic circumstances, Jennifer Hudson soldiered on and reappeared in 2011 with her second album I Remember Me, which climbed to Number 2 on the Billboard 200. She followed this success with JHUD (2014), a more upbeat dance record that featured contributions by Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, RedOne, and R. Kelly. In the subsequent years, Jennifer Hudson starred in the musicals The Color Purple and Hairspray Live, and played the role of Aretha Franklin in the biopic Respect in 2021, also lending her voice to the original soundtrack.