Chart-topping dance-pop artist JESSICA SUTTA is putting the finishing touches on new album FELINE RESURRECTION, an alluring blend of irresistible hooks, addictive club beats and thick disco grooves.
The ex-Pussycat Doll is recording the disc in Los Angeles with Rico Love (Beyonce, Usher, David Guetta), Benny Cassette (Kanye West, Nelly), Mams Taylor (Snoop, T-Pain, Robbie Williams) and up and coming super producer S-X (Lil Wayne, Tinie Tempah) and is looking at an early 2015 release.
“I can’t wait for people to hear this record,” says Sutta. “Fans have been asking when we’ll be finished, but we’re having so much fun in the studio that we don’t want to leave. But I promise it’ll be worth the wait.”
FELINE RESURRECTION follows 2013’s hit single “Lights Out,” which shot to No. 3 on Billboard’s Dance chart and 2011’s “Show Me,” which rocketed to No. 1 on the Billboard Dance chart, making Sutta the first Pussycat Doll to hit No. 1 as a solo artist.
Sutta, however, was no stranger to the top of the charts, having already hit No. 1 with “Make It Last,” from Grammy nominated producer Dave Audé (Katy Perry, Madonna, Rihanna), and No. 3 with “White Lies,” a collaboration with Grammy-winning artist Paul Van Dyk.
Sutta’s introduction to the global pop scene was made as a member of The Pussycat Dolls, a worldwide phenomenon and one of the best-selling girl groups of all time. During her time with the Dolls, Sutta garnered a Grammy nomination, won two Billboard Music Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards and played to sold-out audiences around the planet, including stadium shows with artists such as Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and The Black Eyed Peas.
A Miami, Florida native, Sutta fell in love with music and dance at an early age, studying ballet and became a cheerleader for the Miami Heat before graduating high school (and later became captain of the squad). She joined the Dolls in 2003.