Former Pussycat Dolls member shares new track and comments on a possible PCD reunion.
After finding fame as a member of the irrepressible girl group the Pussycat Dolls, Jessica Sutta has continued to forge ahead with a solo career, and is releasing a propulsive new single, "Again," on Tuesday (Mar. 26). Stream the new track -- produced by and featuring Kemal Golden, and released on Citrusonic Stereophonic -- one day early, exclusively on Billboard.com:
Sutta has already scored a Hot Dance Charts hit with her 2011 single "Show Me," but the 30-year-old pop singer tells Billboard that "Again" is a particularly personal dance track. "It talks about the cyclone of energy that happens when the wrong decisions are made in your life over and over again," she says. "Whether it's a lifestyle choice or a bad relationship, it talks about a darker part of my life, but there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. I'm grateful for every experience in my life no matter how good or bad they are. It makes me who I am."
Following the Pussycat Dolls' 2008 sophomore album "Doll Domination" and the group's dissolution two years later, Sutta has stayed busy working with dance maestros like Paul Van Dyk and Dave Audé. But 2013 may be Sutta's breakout frame as a solo artist -- the singer plans on releasing four singles this year, as well as more guest features with some of her favorite DJ's.
Despite the burgeoning solo career, Sutta is still open to reuniting with her former PCD sisters. "I would love to do a reunion tour," she says, "especially for our PCD fans. They rock!"
Written by Sutta, Golden, Alana Da Fonseca and Cameron Nacson, "Again" marks an intriguing next step for the former girl group member. Keep one eye on Sutta as she continues releasing dance singles in 2013; as for now, voice your opinion on "Again" below.