Wherever you are on Earth right now, you can probably hear our squeals out the window of how excited we are to work again with pop diva and superstar songstress Bonnie Mckee! Bonnie Mckee has crafted some of pop’s biggest hits for pop’s biggest stars and is one of our favorite pop stars in her own right. Trendsetter got the opportunity to work Bonnie McKee on her hit jam “American Girl” and we’re over the moon to reunite.
Bio and more info (via Billboard):
Classically trained pianist, singer/songwriter, and pop rebel Bonnie McKee spent her formative years in California. Growing up in a musical family helped develop her love for the theater, and her move to Seattle found the artist singing in the world-class Seattle Girl’s Choir. At the age of 12, the precocious tunesmith recorded a demo of popular covers. The responses were positive, but all involved agreed McKee would do better writing her own songs, and a new demo featuring original material was cut. After a period of social awkwardness and teenage rebellion that saw the singer kicked out of high school, her songs caught the ear of Reprise records. Recording commenced and the single “Somebody” appeared on the soundtrack to the hit comedy Win a Date with Tad Hamilton. McKee also appeared on the television show American Dreams as a young Janis Joplin. Featuring a dozen self-penned tracks and produced by Rob Cavallo (Green Day) and Bob Power, her debut Trouble was released in 2004. She spent the next several years acting, honing her studio chops, and collaborating on hits for the likes of Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Taio Cruz, Adam Lambert, and Rita Ora before inking a deal with Epic Records in anticipation of her 2013 sophomore solo outing. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi