"''Jordan Hill"'' (born April 17, 1978 in Knoxville, Tennessee) is an American singer.
In 1994, She was signed by producer David Foster to his own label 143 Records, a division of Warner Music Group. The first song "Remember Me This Way", which is produced by David Foster, became the film " Casper"'s theme song and released as single. But it only peaked #80 in Billboard Hot 100.
Jordan Hill's self-titled debut album appeared in May 21, 1996. Produced by David Foster, Greg Charley, Rhett Lawrence, Jeff Pescetto, SoulShock & Karlin and Mario Winans, this album had the notable production. Jordan covered many songs, such as Cheryl Lynn's disco classic "Got To Be Real", Oleta Adams' "I Just Had To Hear Your Voice" (from 1993's "Evolution" album), Lisa Stansfield's "Make It Right." "For The Love Of You," produced by David Foster and Co-produced by Mario Winans, was release as the first single. It became the minor hit both in Billboard Hot 100 and R&B/Hip charts. However, the remix version by Tony Moran became her one and only Top 10 hit in Hot Dance Music/Club Play charts.
The second single "How Many Times" (which is covered by Aretha Franklin in 1998) and the third single...
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