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With two Tui awards under her belt and a long list of noteworthy collaborations, Mz J (Julie Ta'ale) returns to the RnB scene with the release of her debut album Love Changes Everything on November 7. In the lead up to the release she is also giving away a free exclusive single remix of 'Oh Baby', featuring David Dallas.

Mz J has been quietly working away on her debut album since 2008, taking her time to craft an album that represents her personal style and breathtaking vocal range. Along the way she has released popular radio hits like 'Oh Baby' and 'That Gurl', plus has had her Samoan language song 'O Le Atua Lava' (featuring her father) selected for the highly anticipated upcoming comedy Sione's Wedding 2.

A fusion of soulful R&B, playful melodies and a touch of Polynesian charm, Love Changes Everything showcases Mz J's accomplished song writing skills, undeniable charisma and born-to-perform style.

As a youthful 18 year old, Mz J rose to fame as a member of the all-girl group Pacific Soul as well as The Mt Vaea Band, both of which successfully won NZ Tui Awards for Best Pacific Album. Blessed with one of the strongest female voices in the business, the rising star began to feature on high profile albums from acts such as Smashproof, Mareko, PNC, Chong Nee and David Dallas.

Now Mz J will release her full length album Love Changes Everything on her very own record label MZ J Records. Featuring 11 refreshing new tracks, MZ J has employed a cast of family and friends on her debut record including MC's David Dallas, The Bronx , co-songwriting duties with her brother Harry Kelemete and a distinguished guest appearance from her father Deacon Kelemete Ta'ale.

Love Changes Everything will be available from all good record stores and digitally from November 7, 2011.

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