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The impressive vocals of teen sensation Lexi Walker

J-P Mauro - published on 06/26/17

Her voice has been this strong since she was 11 years old.

Lexi Walker’s incredible voice has been astounding her audience since she landed the role of Elsa in

Alex Boyé’s Youtube remake of “Let It Go”
, from the Disney animated film Frozen. At just 11 years old, her vocal prowess was obvious and led the Africanized tribal cover to be viewed almost 88 million times.

Now 15, Lexi has enjoyed incredible success as a singer. She has appeared on Good Morning America and America’s Got Talent, as well as performing at The Kennedy Center, Radio City Music Hall, and even Carnegie Hall.

Aside from a short holiday EP Merry Christmas (2015) and a 3-song EP Wishes and Dreams (2016), Lexi has only recorded singles, which she always accompanies with high-quality videos. She has produced a cover of

“When You Wish Upon a Star”
, a
Beauty and The Beast a cappella medley
, and
“Blackbird”
by The Beatles.

“The Prayer” is her most recent single. She is joined by Jenny Oaks Baker on violin and pianist Kurt Bestor, who also arranged the piece. “The Prayer” was originally recorded by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli.

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