A Melbourne-born, U.K.-structured singer/songwriter, Gabriella Cilmi possesses a smoky, whiskey-soaked voice that belies her age and a feisty rock attitude that located her inside fast track to pop stardom. Blessed Oct 10, 1991, in Dandenong, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, Cilmi went to Sacred Heart Young ladies’ University in close by Oakleigh, where, when rebuffed at an audition for the high-school musical and informed she lacked the self-discipline to be always a great vocalist, she was powered to create a garage music group and record a demonstration tape. Her break emerged when she hopped on-stage to execute an impromptu edition of the Moving Rocks’ “Jumping Jack port Display” at a Melbourne road party and was discovered with a prominent regional record producer. Just 13 years of age at that time, she was shortly flown to London and finished up putting your signature on a recording agreement with Island Information and began dealing with the Xenomania creation team going by eccentric pop manufacturer Brian Higgins and his longtime collaborator Miranda Cooper. An extraordinary debut one, “Special About Me,” premiered early in 2008, implemented a couple weeks afterwards by her debut record, Lessons to become Learned.