Wynter Gordon: Human Condition

R&B and dance singer/songwriter, Wynter Gordon, has been gracing the music industry with her powerful lyrics for years. Although she has only just recently began producing her own songs and going on tour, she’s been at it for many years. “I had a gift,” explained 27 year-old Wynter as she described how she got started […]

Life + Leisure Music Brian Webb

This article was published on November 20th, 2012

R&B and dance singer/songwriter, Wynter Gordon, has been gracing the music industry with her powerful lyrics for years. Although she has only just recently began producing her own songs and going on tour, she’s been at it for many years.

“I had a gift,” explained 27 year-old Wynter as she described how she got started into her music career. “I knew I had to do something bigger. There wasn’t any one thing that really stood out. The only thing I wanted to do was to make music.”

Prior to starting her own singing career, Wynter took her creative songwriting talents to some of the biggest names in the music industry, including Flo Rider, David Guetta, Mary J. Blige, and Jennifer Lopez.

As she developed her own love and deeper emotion for her music, Wynter put her solo career in high gear and released her debut album, With the Music I Die in 2011, featuring her three-time platinum (Australia) single, Dirty Talk.

In June 2012, Wynter released Stimela, the first song from a collection of four EP’s under the title, Human Condition.

“There are three more installments of the Human Conditions,” Wynter explained. “There are four parts per installment, and then the entire album will be released in early 2013.”

The second EP will be titled Human Condition: Sanguine.

“I hope to just be playing all over the world and reaching people,” said Wynter as she described what where she hopes to take her career over the next five years. “I want people surrounding me, who love me. I want to be as happy with myself as I am now.”

There’s a lot to come from Wynter in the coming months. Keep at watch out for updates!

*Photos taken at Northalstad Market Days Festival in Chicago, IL, August 2012.

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