When I interviewed Jessica Sutta back in 2008 around the release of the Pussycat Dolls’ Doll Domination album, I was blown away by her knowledge of dance music. So it’s no surprise that she has worked with top flight producers like Dave Aude and Paul van Dyk and topped the club chart with “Show Me” last year. Her new single “Again” is flying up the club chart and is just one of four songs that she is planning to release this year. We caught up at the Winter Music Conference and chatted about everything going on in her beat-driven world.
DJ Ron Slomowicz: How are you enjoying the Winter Music Conference this year? Jessica Sutta: Oh my god I am having the time of my life. Miami is my hometown and I love coming home, it is always fun here. Continue reading INTERVIEW: Jessica Sutta (2013)
verse and chorus sung by a truly talented singer. In the mold of “When Love Takes Over” by David Guetta and Kelly Rowland and “Love’s Got a Hold On Me” by Frenchie Davis, “Feel the Love” is an emotional and uplifting dance record with a pop feel and enough edge to command attention on a commercial dance floor. The song is full of energy without resorting to aggressive electro or cliched old school NRG (not that there is anything wrong with either extreme). Cahill’s production is near perfection, not a surprise considering their consistent track record as remixers, with a real depth of transitions as the song progresses. Kimberley Locke is an amazing vocalist, as anyone who has seen her perform live can attest to, and in the hands of Cahill she expresses both power and beauty with a truly multilayered performance. It doesn’t hurt that the song is fully-realized and well-written with a universal message. Just as Cahill tends to work on multiple singles by artists (Agnes, Cascada, Nicole Scherzinger), let’s hope this is just the first of many collaborations by these two gifted entities.