For some artists, attaining stardom in the entertainment industry is only possible after they have put in years of hard work and churned out countless projects portraying their talent in different works. But for someone like Lexi Walker, she didn’t necessarily have to put in years of work on screen as her portrayal of Elsa, where she sang “Let It Go” in the Alex Boyé Africanized version of the animated film Frozen (which went viral on YouTube) was all she needed to get the world asking questions about who she is. In the original film, Idina Menzel (wife of star actor Taye Diggs) played the character Lexi portrayed in the song.
In case you haven’t learned who this young princess with an angelic voice is, you will be served with details of her background here and if probably you already know bits about her, you will find more interesting facts about the songwriter, singer, actress and recording artist here.
Lexi Walker’s Bio (Age)
Lexi Walker was born on the 31st of March 2001 in Walnut Creek, California as one of 6 children of her parents. Her family is a music-loving one and this explains why she began singing as a child and was encouraged in doing so. When she turned 11, she enrolled for vocal lessons with Tricia Swanson and had her grandmother who taught music in a local school for more than 30 years as her inspiration.
Her talent was bound to take her places as it happened soon enough in the year 2014 when she teamed up with Alex Boyé in his Africanized version of the song ‘Let It Go‘. Lexi played the role of Princess Elsa in the song which without hesitation went viral on the internet with millions of views across various social media platforms as shared from YouTube. Her new-found fame began getting her guest appearances on television programs and even live musical performances.
Notably, Lexi Walker has made appearances on The Queen Latifah Show, America’s Got Talent, Beijing TV, and many others. She has equally performed in Japan on an invitation to a musical competition and by 2015, Portrait Records which is a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment signed her to their label.
Lexi has also not been an island in the pursuit of her musical career, she has collaborated with artists like Jenny Oaks Baker, David Archuleta, Kristin Chenoweth, Lindsey Stirling, and The Piano Guys.
Height and Other Interesting Facts
Lexi is still a young girl with some more growing up to do, this means that her current height and by extension other body measurements will not remain constant. The pretty singer weighs about 40 kg but her exact height has not yet been disclosed at this time. Nevertheless, we all know she has a slim body build, hazel colored eyes and blond hair.
Though much has not been revealed about her family, some reports state that she has about 5 siblings in her closely knit family.
Her music career has taken her to countries like Japan, China, and the Est Coast. She is having fun doing what she loves and there is no stopping as the young girl is poised to climb to the zenith of her music career.
Lexi Walker has performed live at events and places like USANA 2013 International Convention, Stadium of Fire and equally at the We Are Hope Concert. In all, Lexi stunned her audience with her pitch-perfect voice and unrivaled stage performance.
Her first album titled Inspire was released in the year 2017 and it had in it songs like When You Wish Upon a Star, Don’t Rain on My Parade, When You Believe, A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes and Somewhere Over the Rainbow to mention just a few.
Lexi is reportedly a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Apart from making good music, not many people know that Lexi is a bookworm, she equally enjoys painting, spending time together with her family members and playing games. When she is not on tour, she devotes time to learning how to play the Ukulele and piano. Well, this means we should probably be expecting something great from her soon.
Some of her favorite places where she had performed include Carnegie Hall, Disney World, the Kennedy Centre, National Concert Hall in Taipei, Radio City Music Hall, Beijing International Film Festival.