I really don't know how this happened, but I am featured on three songs on Kaskade's upcoming album. I can hardly contain myself for this album's release (coming May 11, 2010!).
Who is Kaskade? Kaskade is a very influential and respected artist in the dance music world and recording these songs for his album was one of the most exciting projects I've ever done. Right now you can have a sneak preview of one of my tracks from the album by clicking here.
If I didn't have any manners, I would start out this letter by asking you:
"What is your freaking problem?"
But, because I don't want to anger you any more than I apparently already have, then I propose we talk this over peacefully. What is it that you are trying to tell me? I will listen. Cross my heart. Anxiously awaiting your reply.
Week 3 on my album started out with a bang when I became the target for a teenage boy and his pellet gun late one night. I was sitting out in my car right outside the studio, talking on the phone when I heard what sounded like rocks being thrown at my window. I looked out and saw nothing, so I proceeded to chat away. Then, a laser beam in my eyes followed suit and I traced it's path up to a bedroom window across the street and saw the little buggar pointing his gun at me. No worries. I called my bodyguard, Mr. Drew Harris, out to the street to protect me.
The next most exciting thing that happened last week was that Joe Corcoran came back to track some more guitars. He is quite the versatile musician having worked with the likes of Korn to Dave Matthews to the sugar pop teen sensation, Ashley Tisdale. And boy, oh boy, does he do Sesame Street impersonations like no one else I've ever seen!
Thursday found me in vintage dresses and cat eye glasses doing a photo shoot at the Santa Monica Pier. I ran into a bubbly group of Australians visiting L.A. for the first time. They were so kind and invited me to dine with them a dozen times but I alas, I could not stay. So they handed me a pair of their crazy glasses instead and settled for a photo. Have a lovely trip guys!
Now I'm home for a bit, then back to L.A. to record the remainder of the album. Stay tuned!
Rigby is the dog that lives at the studio where I am recording my album. Tonight I just want to be him and lay on the floor and sleep until my heart's content.
Have you ever tried to do too many things at once when your energy would be better spent by focusing on the few things that really matter? Rigby does not do that--another reason why I would like to be him at present.