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Kristine W is Back With A New Single, 'Out There'

Kristine W is Back With A New Single, 'Out There'

The music sensation Kristine W has been creating record charting dance hits and lighting up club stages for decades. Once we heard Kristine W was back we wanted to find out more about the lead track, "Out There," off her new album.

We were lucky enough to catch up with this busy superstar for a lightning round interview to find out more about the music and what she has been up to.

The lyrics for “Out There” are very inspiring and motivating. How did the concept for the track develop?

The song began with myself and one of the other songwriters bringing in the same chord progression. I didn't know him and he didn't know me at that time so it was a very weird coincidence, same key, same chord progression. After that WE had an ah-ha moment and then three of us started writing and it was effortless. I knew I wanted to call the song OUT THERE. I had thought about writing a song with that title for over a year and had so many rough ideas written everywhere. But I knew I needed to write with a couple other, preferably new writers to get a wider lens on the song lyrically.
 

You are a long-time ally of the LGBTQ community. We understand you were in Orlando just a week before the horrific tragedy. As an ally, what words of encouragement would you like to share with our readers?

We have all been walking around in a daze and have been so emotional over it since it happened. Being in Orlando right before the tragedy made it even more magnified. I know we can't change what happened but we can all band together to make sure we do everything we can to prevent another horrific event like this. It is so important that we celebrate life and our Pride Community in the fullest in remembrance of those who are not with us In The LAND OF THE LIVING.

For the “Out There” track you have enlisted a global team of producers to flavor several mixes of “Out There” including Moto Blanco, DJ Kespa, Loop Soop/Frank Lords, and Giuseppe D. How did all those collaborations come about?

It took a lot of time and effort by all! It was a global effort and I know the team of remixers overseas and here are amazed we pulled off creating all this music with the time differences, life challenges, and everyone touring non-stop at the same time for the last 3 years. I'm really proud of my line up of collaborators!

You have been recording pop and dance tracks since 1994. “Feel What You Want”, hit #1 and since then you have had a steady stream of chart toppers. How do you stay on top of all the changes that have occurred in the music industry?

Very carefully LOL ! You walk a very thin line between being too OUT THERE or possibly too predictable in your music productions. After completing the biggest challenge which is paying for everything, you must focus on creating music that is fresh and ahead of what's happening now. You can't be an ambulance-chaser cause those song ships have already sailed.

Our magazine, Kinkster MAG, is geared to gay men with an edge. We like to ask our interviewees, “What is something you have done that would be considered edgy, unconventional, or tight-lipped?”

I JUST performed at a massive party in Vegas where all the men on stage were taking Milk Baths and making out while I was singing...pretty edgy I'd say...hee hee...Got Milk!?

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