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Free piano sheet music from Jennifer Hudson

About Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson is a great singer and also and actress, born on September 12th 1981, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

She started singing at seven years old, with the church choir.

Her singer career started in 2002, when Hudson signed a recording contract with Righteous Records in January.

As a first record and also her first appearance was in a duet, "The Future Ain't What It Used to Be", on "Meat Loaf's Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose".

Her success started with the year 2004, after she participated in the famous show American Idol, where she performed in a great manner a song, making her be placed on the sixth position, during the third season of the show. One year later, the actress played Effie White in the drama called "Dreamgirls", for which she gained an Oscar and a Golden Globe.

Considering her success on that time, there were also other new offerings for her to play in movies. Among these, we can mention Sex and the City and The Secret Life of Bees, both of them having a high success regarding the financial part.

2008 was also another important year for Jennifer Hudson, but this time a sad one, representing the year in which her mother, brother and nephew were killed in a shooting. This was the moment when, strongly affected by the events, Jennifer decided to leave the stage for some time. After a while, she had some appearances in public, but they were not numerous, among them being at The Grammy Awards, American Idol and The Oprah Winfrey Show.

She auditioned at American Idol in Atlanta on the third season. MTV got Hudson for the sixth greatest American Idol in May 2009

She performed at the White House for the celebration called "Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement". She is known to have a strong friendship relationship with president Obama, being invited numerous times to the event he organized, especially the charity events.

Talking about Jennifer Hudson's performances, her sales are impressive, considering that she sold 1,280,000 albums and 2,237,000 singles only in the US.

Coming back to present, it seems that the artist continues to put accent on her career, considering that she announced, in January 2015, that she will debut on Broadway as Shug Avery, in a new "The Color Purple". In cinematography, her next plans include "Chiraq".

Concluding, with an agitated life and some unpleasant events, the star Jennifer Hudson continues to perform, maybe even better that in the past, has numerous fans and friends and remains one of the most talented and beautiful actresses and singers of the moment. She is the lively proof that success can be reached in any emotional conditions, with the head up and the heart strong.

If you did not listen to her creations yet, this might be the time you could start. And you will enjoy most of them, for sure.

She was cast in the role of Effie White In November 2005, for the film adaptation of the musical Dreamgirls. It was a real competition for this role, with many talented actresses, but she won it easily. The movie was release on January 12th 2007, after 1 year of filming.

She was part of another film project from May 2008, for "Sex and the City" in the role of Louise, Carrie Bradshaw's assistant. Also in October 2008, Hudson appeared in "The Secret Life of Bees" as Rosaleen. Her successful career continued and she got the role for Kathy Archenault in Fragments, in 2009.

With a life full of film projects, she didn’t neglect the music career and in January she recorded new songs. The songs were made for her studio album.

For them she collaborated with Ryan Tedder and Timbaland. Her first single was "Spotlight" and got No. 24 on the Billboard Hot 100. The piano music sheet of Jennifer Hudson's track "Spotlight" is composed in the originally key of B minor. Jennifer Hudson scores for "Spotlight" have a range from A3 to D5.

The debut studio album was named after herself and was released on September 30th 2008. It got sold in over 200,000 copies in the US.

The second single was supposed to be released in October 2008.

"If This Isn't Love" was chosen as the official single, but the date changed to January 2009, due to family problems.

"Pocketbook" was the third single of the debut album. It featured Ludacris. The track wasn’t well accepted by the fans, so the artist canceled the release.

This is how the song "Giving Myself" got released on June 2, 2009, as the third single from the album.

Hudson performed the Beatles' track "Let it Be" for "Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief" on January 22nd 2010.

The second studio album was released on March 22nd 2011, under the name "I Remember Me" and it was sold in over 100,000 copies in the first week. The first single from"I Remember Me" was "Where You At". It reached No. 53 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

On February 12th 2012, after the death of Whitney Houston, Hudson sung "I Will Always Love You" at the 54th Grammy Awards held.

A new single was released on September 21st 2013, "I Can't Describe (The Way I Feel)", featuring T.I. from her third studio album named JHUD. The album was released in September 2014.

Jennifer Hudson's free piano sheet music for "I Can't Let Go" is composed in the originally key of Gb major. In 2015 Hudson performed her song at the 87th Academy Awards. Jennifer Hudson piano tabs for "I Can't Let Go" have a tempo of 66 beats per minutes.

Great news came in 2016, when on June 28th was announced that Hudson signed with Epic Records for the future projects. Enjoy Jennifer Hudson's piano sheet music featured on our website for free.

Jennifer Hudson
Birth Name:Jennifer Kate Hudson
Born:12 September 1981, In Chicago, US
Genres:R&B, Pop, Soul
Occupations:Singer, Actress, Songwriter
Instruments:Vocals
Years Active:2006–present
Label:J, RCA, Arista
Parents:- Darnell Donnerson
- Samuel Simpson

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