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Cynthia Basinet Reveals A New Direction In Her Latest Single, "Eventually"
02-24-2014 | Music Releases
Los Angeles - The actress.singer, Cynthia Basinet releases a new crossover single, "Eventually". For over a decade, Cynthia is best known for her sultry and playful iconic rendition of "Santa Baby", oft miscredited to Marilyn Monroe. Her latest, a heart tugging ballad taps her soulful side.
"For Cynthia Basinet, her voice itself is an instrument. In terms of emotional power, it's a lethal weapon. Sensual, emotionally damaged and world-weary, Basinet's vocals have the makings of a film noir femme fatale..." -Allaboujazz.com
"Eventually" is Cynthia's 10th release and available on iTunes and Amazon.
About Cynthia Basinet
Cynthia Basinet (who is often called "C" by her friends) has had a colorful and successful life in several fields, and she is just getting started. She is an exquisite and glamorous singer with a highly expressive voice and a real feel for American standards.
Her iconic version of "Santa Baby" has become a classic by influencing nearly ever version since she released it via the MP3 revolution in 1999. She was one of the first artists to launch independently via the Internet with the release of the Christmas song, originally recorded as a gift.
Despited being raised as a musician, the single mom modeled in Europe for several years before returning to the US where she has appeared in over 100+ films and commercials.
In 2001, Cynthia used this visibility to raise awareness for refugees she visited in the Western Sahara. She was later nominated for a shared Nobel Peace Prize in 2005.
2003, saw her "Santa Baby" in the indie cult classic, "Party Monster" soundtrack
CBS reaired their "NCIS LA" Holiday Episode with her "Santa Baby" as the season's closure.
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