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Paxton Fielies Biography

Paxton Fielies was born September 17, 2000. She is a famous South African singer, songwriter and Winner of Season 13 Idols South Africa. She was born in Bishop Lavis, Cape Town, South Africa. Paxton is one of the youngest female personality to win the acclaimed idols award.

Paxton Fielies Family

Paxton was born to her Mother Crystal Fielies and Paul de Bruyn. She has one sister Portia Fielies

Paxton Fielies Life and Career

Paxton Fielies was born on September 17, 2000 (age 17). She is a prominent South African vocalist, lyricist and Winner of Season 13 Idols South Africa. She is formally viewed as the most youthful South African Female Idol to ever win this title. She has a solitary and a music video out called Demonstrate. Since the arrival of her first single “Illustrate”, Paxton as a team with Craig Lucas (Winner of the Voice South Africa 2017) released the two part harmony “Cover” in February 2018.

Paxton Fielies  Idols South Africa Season 13

Paxton found her melodic ability at the young age of 7. In 2013 she began sharing covers of famous songs via web-based networking media. Be that as it may, she gained wide popularity and acclamation with her cover “Lay Me Down” by Sam Smith.
Paxton chose to try out for Idols since she viewed 2017 as her time to explore and take risks. She was the main individual to get a Golden Ticket in the Cape Town tries out for Idols Season 13. Paxton is the most youthful individual to win South African idols, the next person with 17 years after Jody Williams won it at a similar age.
Her great voice astonished the judges when she tried out utilizing Tori Kelly’s “Confetti”. Her performance in the theater week she wowed the judges and many fans with her rendition of “American Boy” by Estelle. Some of her notable performances in the exhibitions of South African Idol Season 13 includes her cover versions of “Over the Rainbow” by Judy Garland, “Side To Side” by Ariana Grande and “Tune in” by Beyonce.

Paxton Fielies  Idols Performances

Paxton Fielies  Singles

Demonstrate Paxton Fielies 2017
Smother Craig Lucas feat. Paxton 2018
Angifuni Paxton Fielies 2018

Paxton Fielies  Studio Album

Title Record Label Year
This Is Me Gallo Records Company 2018
Paxton released her first studio collection “This Is Me” on 1 June 2018. ” Her wild energy for her music and specialty was indicated when she demanded to shape some portion of the written work procedure of her collection. She has encircle herself with top performers in the business to define a tight music group, to help with getting her music crosswise over to the business advertise”. The collection unequivocally inclines towards Pop and R&B and highlights prominent South African musicians including Tresor, Craig Lucas and Kyle Deutsch. The lead single from the collection “Angifuni” “is youthful, cheery, brimming with demeanor and fun. The west African-motivated beat and infectious melodious substance affirms the tune’s capacity to end up the following pop hymn. The hybrid hit is as of now getting a charge out of airplay the nation over radio stations”. The collection comprise of 14 songs including her first single “Demonstrate”.

Paxton Fielies  Songs

1. Angifuni
2. Where Are You Now?
3. Under My Skin
4. Kiss the Haze (feat. Tresor)
5. Slow Down (Interlude)
6. Slow Down
7. Who You Calling Pax?
8. Last One Standing
9. What Do You Want From Me?
10. Battleground (feat. Craig Lucas)
11. Innocent
12. I Don’t Know You
13. Demonstrate
14. I Don’t Know You (Remix feat. Kyle Deutsch)

Paxton Fielies Activism

Paxton was “chosen as the envoy for the ‘You Me equal Rights’. The aim of the envoy is to advocate for equal rights for both young ladys and the boy child. Paxton together with eight different ambassadors likewise got the Crystal Globe Award for their investment at the prize function and in upholding for kids’ rights. What’s more, is being prepared to end up a dynamic diplomat for kids’ rights”