Wynter Gordon – “Stimela” | New Music


Having worked with the likes of Steve Aoki [“Ladi Dadi“], Flo Rida [“Sugar“] and Tyga [“For The Fame” from his Careless World: Rise of The Last King LP], Queens, New York hailing singer-songwriter Wynter Gordon is working on a collection of EPs entitled The Human Condition – and set to release the first installment of her collection, Doleo, on July 9th.

Each EP in The Human Condition series will explore a different emotion and new styles of music that Gordon has experimented with before – but just never released. “The music I’m making now is music I’ve always made, I’ve just never been able to release it on a label. I was growing into this person I am now, and I had to make the music that felt right and was passionate about,” Gordon recently told Billboard.

“I didn’t feel like I was singing everything I wanted to sing, doing dance music and pop music. I wanted to make something that felt real to me. These EPs include every genre of music I like. I really just felt like I had to by myself.”

In the run up to the release of the first EP, titled Doleo, Gordon unveils new track “Stimela.” Inspired by Hugh Masekala‘s anti-apartheid song of the same name, the slow paced ballad differs to her previous released material [her 2010 single “Dirty Talk” in particular] and displays Gordon’s musical growth and ability to take on other genres.

The Human Condition: Doleo will be available via WynterGordon.com from July 9th.

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