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"Toni Hill Ft. In Seaspot Magazine Issue # 19"

Toni Hill just dropped her full length RnB/Soul album called "Only Love," produced by Amos Miller. If you haven't checked it out yet, download it on iTunes or and help support local and independent artists. Physical CD's available at the Capitol Hill Easy Street on 15th, or Silver Platters in Queen Anne, Northgate and Bellevue.

About "Only Love:" A work three years in the making, manifested through loss of family, heartbreak and sweet new romance, "Only Love" is a delicious collection of soulful originals that tell an assortment of stories from the heart. Toni explains, "I wanted this album to be about loveā€”like the old school music our parents listened to... I wanted it to be about love for friends, love from supporters; and most importantly about love for self, because without that you really can't love anyone else."

Watch her video "Rose" here:

Make sure to see Toni Hill perform with a live band at Seattle City Hall, Thursday 08/06/2009, from 12:00pm-1:30pm located at 600 Fourth Avenue, L2 Level, Seattle. For more info call (206) 684-7171 or visit on the web.

Wanna know what the ladies have been up to? Have you heard of Choklate, DJ Kim and Toni Hill?

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"Toni Hill Album Listening Party"

Toni Hill Album Listening Party Tonight at Hidmo
Feb. 27 by Jonathan Cunningham

Last night, I was lucky enough to get my hands on Toni Hill's debut solo album, Only Love, and so far I'm highly impressed. She's a talented double threat that has been rapping and singing in Northwest groups for years (Hungry Mob/Sirens Echo/Oldominion) but this new album is both her solo debut, and her soul debut. You won't hear her rapping on Only Love but you will hear lot's of smoothed out R&B/soul music that's perfect for the grown and sexy crowd. If I had to briefly put it in a box, I'd say the album sounds like Jill Scott meets the Jazzyfatnastees with a touch of old school Michel'le thrown in for good measure.

She shows a lot of range as a singer/songwriter on the project and I think people are going to embrace this album when they here it. These days, Hill bounces between Portland (her hometown), Seattle, and New York but currently she's here and having a listening party at Hidmo tonight. She'll be there with the album's producer Amos Miller playing the record in it's entirety and DJ B-Girl Mia will be spinning as well. The listening party starts at 7:30 p.m. and they'll also be debuting a music video for the song, "Rose." If you're a fan of Hill's music, come out and support.

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Toni Hill has been blazing the mic from coast to coast for over a decade. Through her own solo projects, as half of the revered female duo, Sirens Echo, and as a member of the crews, Hungry Mob, and Oldominion, she has shared stages with such notables as Gil Scott-Heron, Saul Williams, KRS One, Black-Eyed Peas, Fishbone, E-40, Zap Mama, Common, the legendary Roots crew and the Coup. Ms. Hill has also collaborated, written and/or recorded with Braille, Sleep, Grayskul, Big Drawz, Kindred the Family Soul, and Francesca Maria, to name a few. Toni Hill grew up immersed in the arts. Active not only in music, but also theater, dance, television broadcast, and modeling, she has a lifetime of experience captivating audiences. She has produced several earlier projects including the Sirens Echo, "Psalms of the Sirens" album and a DVD documentary. Toni is also a dedicated educator and activist who lends her energies to several organizations in the youth empowerment movement including: Feed The People (Atlanta), Guerrilla Theatre (Portland), Sisterz of the Underground (San Francisco), Power Of Hope (Seattle) and the Seattle Debate Foundation. Partnering with Evergreen State College and the Gateways Program, she is a teacher and mentor to incarcerated youth at the Maple Lane and Green Hill facilities in Washington. Toni has also been a guest speaker, panelist, and lecturer at colleges and universities throughout the country.