A 15-YEAR-OLD singer from Newton-le-Willows is releasing her debut single with an international label.

Jennifer King first attracted attention during her appearance on The Voice Kids at aged 10, where she was introduced to the music industry.

The local singer-songwriter was later given the opportunity to star in The School of Rock in London’s West End.

The teenage singer is now set to release her debut single ‘Go’, produced in Toronto and London by Atlantic Bridge Music, later this month.

The single has already been played on BBC Music Introducing and featured on the American TV show 'The Young and The Restless’, with the debut track scheduled to be released on all digital platforms on Friday, January 20.

Jennifer said: "I’m so excited to release my first single, I’ve always wanted to do this so it’s a dream come true and I can’t wait to share more music in the near future."

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Discussing his daughter’s successful start to her career in the music industry, Jonathan King said: "We’re delighted that Jennifer is releasing her debut single, and we were all so proud on Saturday to hear ‘Go’ being played on BBC Radio.

"It’s a great reward for all Jennifer’s hard work; she has had setbacks with her music (and acting) which sometimes people don’t see, but she just keeps going and as a family, it’s so exciting to join her for the ride.

"We are so thankful to everyone who is supporting Jennifer on her journey."

St Helens Star: The 15-year-old's talent has been recognised internationallyThe 15-year-old's talent has been recognised internationally (Image: Charlie Iggulden)

The young singer’s sound is described as a combination of 80s pop and modern-day hip hop, with music icons Madonna and Doja Cat referenced when describing her new single.

Following the single’s release, the St Edmund Arrowsmith pupil is set to perform at Verona’s Balcony Late Lounge on the day, Friday, January 20, followed by a performance at The Griffin on Saturday, January 21.