Earlier this month, Alison Wonderland randomly tweeted out her wish to collaborate with the legendary Tiësto simply saying, “I wanna make a song with Tiesto will he see this tweet.”
Soon after she had her answer loud and clear when he tweeted back enthusiastically saying “Let’s make it happen!!”
Let's make it happen !!
— Tiësto (@tiesto) January 19, 2023
While their music soundscapes are different to say the least, Tiësto has been one to blend musical styles in the past and be one who leads the way. While there is still no timeline or details of any kind on this collaboration, they are both busy working on next steps in their own careers.
Tiësto will be releasing his seventh studio album ‘Drive’ in just about a months time and while speaking about what we can expect from the album, he hasn’t shied away from sharing in an interview with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe, that the album will see him embrace “a more housey and more groovy” sound and is a “complete new direction.”
While a few of the tracks from the 12-track LP have already been released like the hit “The Motto”, the full album is set to drop on February 24, 2023.
On the other hand, Alison Wonderland is hard at work on her alias Whyte Fang which she will unveil on March 31st when she releases the project’s debut album just ahead of her monumental performance at Coachella.
In a recent interview with EDM.com about the new alias, she said, “There’s a very weird side of me that I’ve wished I could put more to the forefront. And Whyte Fang is it.” She went further to explain the main difference between her two main projects saying, “With Alison, it’s really telling my personal story. And it’s really a very big thing for me emotionally and physically. Whereas with Whyte Fang, I just want to escape and do the craziest thing I can, and make people feel like they’re escaping reality.”
H/T – EDM.com
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