Hilary Pradia
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Hilary Pradia

Houston, Texas, United States | INDIE

Houston, Texas, United States | INDIE
Band Hip Hop Christian


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It Could B U (released 7/2009)

Maybe (released 11/2009)

Can't Hear Em Now ft. Corey Paul (released 3/2010)

This Love (released 7/2010)

His Way (released 5/2011)



What do you get when you infuse Hip Hop, Rock, Pop, Dance and R & B with an Inspirational message? Introducing Hilary Pradia, a Texas born singer, songwriter, dancer and producer.

Hilary's love for music and performing started at an early age in her kindergarten year of private school. She began writing music and penned her first song, "Choices" at the age of 13 in 2006. In 2008 not only did Hilary record "Choices" she also wrote, co-wrote and co-produced a 10-track R & B album at Hot2Def Studios in Sacramento, California. This debut album was executive produced by Michael Hart, Jr.

In May 2009 Hilary was signed to Aurie Music Entertainment. An Independent record label.

As Hilary's relationship with God grew she realized her calling of using her gift and talent to honor God and draw other teenagers to Christ. Upon making that decision a door was opened to meet Tre9 of Hip Hop Hope Missions in July 2009. Tre9 asked Hilary to write an Introduction hook for Hip Hop Hope Tuesdays and recorded the song along side Houston christian rappers, Eno and Theo. This event was held every Tuesday of Summer 2009 at the Prince Complex in 5th Ward, Texas for teens.

Hilary went back into the studio a few weeks later and recorded her first Inspirational alternative song, "It Could B U" which she wrote and co-produced with Stephan Oran (guitarist) and executive produced by Bruce Bang (Chamillionaire, Kelly Rowland, Juelz Santana). An upcoming album is in the works.

Hilary has been busy sharing her testimony and music of love, hope and joy across Texas.

Watching Hilary infuse all genres of music and dance to inspire the youth of the 21st Century is not only a lyrical treat but a sight to behold.