You may not believe it when you hear her sing, but Birmingham’s London Koi is only 10 years old.
She has a voice far beyond her years, one that shines singing “O Holy Night,” which she released on Dec. 3.
You can catch her on Fox 6 Friday at 8:30 a.m. singing the Christmas classic.
“I chose ‘O Holy Night’ because it is one of my favorite Christmas songs,” London says. “It has a deep meaning about Jesus. … The song is about the night of Jesus’ birth and that Jesus is coming. It expresses how we rejoice when Jesus comes and that we have hope that he will save us.”
Represented by Lynne Marks of PKM, London is the daughter of Derrick and Tomeka Renee Green-Jones, who knew something special was happening when 1-year-old London regaled them with “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.”
Already, London has participated in the Magic City Rising Stars and has sung the national anthem for the NAACP, Amanda Pair Foundation, Birmingham Barons and others. She also has performed for comedian and radio host Rickey Smiley.
“O Holy Night” is arranged by Joel Johnson, with David Sea serving as executive producer.