Hilary Mwelwa moved from Lusaka, Zambia, to England when she was five years old -- just in time for kindergarten. She studied biochemistry at the University of London, but a strong love for music pushed her to leave school and follow her heart. An a cappella demo of Stevie Wonder/Clarence Paul/Morris Broadnax's "Until You Come Back to Me," cut in 1995, started everything for the enthusiastic singer; she loved the song so much she waxed two versions for her debut CD, jointly written and produced with Victor Redwood Sawyerr (aka VRS, a founding member of Blak Twang), the other half of Hil St. Soul.
Hi everyone Hope 2017 has been good to you. Just wanted to update you all on my new live dates. I hope to see you all very soon. I will be performing at the following dates in 2017 / 2018 The 229 Venue – 22nd December 2017 Pizza Express Soho – 20th January 2018 Nell’s Jazz […]
Hi everyone, hope you are all enjoying your the summer! I recently released my rendition of Dexter Wansel’s ” The Sweetest Pain” for free download. This is a song close to my heart, so I was happy to have the opportunity to record a cover. By making it freely available to anyone who wants to […]