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Jordan Pruitt Interview

By: Sindy

Jordan Pruitt was discovered when she was only 13 years old and got her break when her single, Jump to the Rhythm, was featured in Disney's flick Jump In! Kidzworld is sitting down to chat with this up-and-coming songstress about her debut album, No Ordinary Girl.

Sindy: Tell me a little about your album, No Ordinary Girl?
Jordan Pruitt: Well, the album just came out February 6, 2007, and it has 12 songs on it and two bonus tracks. I co-wrote 12 of the 14 songs. We worked on it for about two years.

Sindy: What was it like recording it?
Jordan Pruitt: Oh my gosh, that was the most fun. The recording was such a blast. Sometimes we could just goof off and try different things. It wasn't work. It was fun.

Sindy: What's your favorite track on the album?
Jordan Pruitt: Waiting for You, definitely. It just hits me. It's such a great song. It's a love song and I think everybody in the whole wide world will relate to it.

Sindy: Which one was the most personal?
Jordan Pruitt: Outside Looking In because I've experienced it. I was left out in school and I started writing the song in sixth grade, not knowing that it would ever be on an album. It's really what every middle-schooler goes through.

Sindy: What do you think makes you stand out as no ordinary singer?
Jordan Pruitt: Probably that the music is original and the lyrics are really meaningful and not just like, "I love you". They actually talk about things that happen to real people and what people go through.

Sindy: Are you going on tour with this album?
Jordan Pruitt: Probably in a year or so, I think. I think that's in store. I certainly hope so.

Sindy: What was it like touring with High School Musical: The Concert?
Jordan Pruitt: That was so much fun. There were a lot of dates - 41, actually. It was work though. There wasn't much time for hanging out. It was just performing, sleeping, performing, sleeping.

  • Click here to read what Jordan's listening to these days and what kind of changes she'd like to see in Hollywood!
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