Zigmeister Is Getting Dirty Now

Music producer, songwriter & artist Zigmeister releases his second single "Dirty"
By: Space Born
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HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - Dec. 14, 2018 - PRLog -- After the success of music producer, songwriter and artist Zigmeister's debut single "Insomnia", he's dropping his next single "Dirty" today, Friday the 14th. "Insomnia" was featured on the New Music Friday playlist on Spotify.

Born in Norway, ZIGMEISTER has worked as a songwriter and producer in Stockholm and Los Angeles, creating hit songs for artists like Cher, Luis Fonsi, Ace of Base, Namie Amuro, Kumi Koda, BoA to name a few. He also scored a #1 on Billboard Dance Club Songs with Cher and a #1 on Billboard Top Latin Albums and several #1 records in Japan, France, Korea, Holland and Scandinavia.

"Dirty" is a moody-sexy-dirty track, featuring a vocoder, Native American flutes and heavy 808 drums and bass. It features singer/songwriter & composer Anthony Starble (who's had his own music on TV series "Pretty Little Liars" & "The Fosters"), and was written by Sigurd Røsnes and Kyle Puccia.

Here, Zigmeister is talking about the things we picture in our heads that we don't necessarily say out loud, which turns out a lust story (love story). In today's life, we live in more a series of snaps, dreams and imagination, that won't necessarily become reality. In our heads they can be very real. Just like the snapshots of life that we post; most of the time they are our moods, feelings and fiction, but not what's actually happening (in a moment).

Please stay tuned for Zigmeister's next song, "Drunk", dropping mid-January.




Spotify link - https://open.spotify.com/album/691vOQ1whR4t48NkmCGr8A?si=nd6_hx3DQIWqTDL_Vd4Q7g

Soundcloud link - https://soundcloud.com/zigmeistermusic/dirty
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