Jessica Sanchez Lends Her Vocals To Zedd’s “Hourglass”: Listen To The ‘iTunes Sessions’ EP Cut

Nov 19th, 2013 // 4 Comments
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It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from big-lunged American Idol runner-up Jessica Sanchez, so it’s something of a treat to get new music from her. She lends her always-impressive vocal to “Hourglass” — a cut from Zedd‘s just released iTunes Sessions EP.

Originally voiced by LIZ on the producer’s Clarity album, “Hourglass” is a dark and moody dance track that actually sounds better in its new, slightly stripped back format. Jessica’s powerful pipes soar over delicate piano, crashing guitars and heavy synths. The diva should consider revisiting this sound on her sophomore LP. It really suits her. Listen after the jump.

Should Jess explore this sound on her next album? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. You were linking to a pirated upload that got taken down. Link to iTunes instead.

  2. Felipe

    I loved! she’s always amazing :)

  3. stired

    Awesome sound – hope she puts it on her next album – it’s different!

  4. Zedd’s featured Jessica twice already, covering “Clarity” and now “Hourglass”–I really feel they suit each other well in production. Compared to Lady Gaga’s flopped attempt, her fusion of Zedd’s sound was more cacophonous than melodic, which Jessica could really capitalize on with Zedd’s musical contribution.

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