With her latest single, “Finger on theTrigger,” K’Sandra has found thethrobbing pulse of pop culture.Originally from Munich, Germany, thisartist understands that it takes a littlemore than talent and a hit song tomake headlines, it takes vision, style,drive and a positive attitude. On Friday,K’Sandra will not only be celebratingher birthday, but she will also beperforming at LA Fashion Week! Therising star graciously took time fromher hectic schedule to answer a fewquestions for Songwriter’s Monthly.
What was theinspiration for your brand new single, “Finger On The Trigger?”
“Finger On The Trigger” wasinspired by coming out of a fightingbattle where things just went wrong formany years. I could not get control of my thoughts and some negativefeelings attached to them and itseemed to lead to one disaster afteranother . . . until I changed mymindset. Once I did, so many wonderfulthings began falling into place. It feltthat whatever I thought, whatever Itried to imagine could become real, soit was time to put my “Finger on theTrigger” and shoot for moving forwardinstead of backward. The expression “Finger on the Trigger” can beassociated with something “dark andnegative,” but I turned it around andmade it into something positive. Iwanted to create this song out of myown experiences to help others createpositive change and sparks in theirlives, especially in a time that seems sodark as this one is right now.
There is a moment in “Finger OnThe Trigger” when along with A-listcelebrities, making headlines and otherthings that go hand-in-hand with thefabulous life, you mention stage fright.Did you ever experience stage fright?
Yes, I did experience stage fright,unknowingly. The way I imagined stagefright was always like your voicestopped working — I’ve seen that inmany nightmares — but it was not at