New York native Wynter Gordon got her start writing hits for stars like Flo Rida, Mary J. Blige and Danity Kane. But the 2011 song "Dirty Talk" jump-started her solo career. Now, she’s been self-releasing a series four EPs that will eventually form an album called The Human Condition. Gordon joins us with her band to perform in the studio.
About the The Human Condition series Gordon says, "Each EP is a different emotion, and it's kind of where I was feeling in my life [at the time]."
The first EP is called Doleo, which means "pain" in Latin. "I was feeling pretty regretful about a lot of things -- hurt, a lot of family issues, and it was just coming out naturally in my music."
Her latest is the second installment, Sanguine. Its theme is hope. "I'm thinking the last one is going to be love and lust," she said. "It comes naturally. I don't have the title until I finish each chapter, and I know where I am."