With Christina it’s a little different, because Christina wants music that you haven’t heard before. She did things that she’s never necessarily heard on the radio. She doesn’t want a record that sounds like anything else so you’re trying to create an entirely new sound for an artist. The three tracks that I did, they’re all uptempo tracks so we definitely kind of get the club moving but it’s just a matter of her doing different styles and using her voice in different ways.Source: VibeMagazine
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Tricky Stewart talks about project with Christina
How did you approach working with Christina Aguilera versus R&B artists?