Christine Dominguez is a songwriter, vocalist and producer hailing from Newburgh, New York; a city rich in urban influences.
Christine began writing music at just three years old. After constantly being inspired by lyrics and melodies, she began to experiment and make her own. She received her very first instrument in second grade- the violin. She later learned how to play the trumpet and picked up a guitar at age eleven. It was at this stage in her life that her music really began taking shape.
In her college years, Christine produced and began distributing her debut album, Rap it Up. The album was recorded in her living room and she sold copies out of her backpack to her classmates. Since then she's professionally produced two albums, Almost Acoustic (2006) and WeMustBe (2011).
One of her most notable accomplishments, however, was co-writing the multi-Platinum hit songs, “Airplanes” & “Airplanes Pt. II” recorded by B.o.B, Hayley Williams and Eminem. The song went on to be nominated for a Grammy. Christine was the vocalist on the original track.
Fast-forward to today, Christine Dominguez primarily focuses on Pop music influenced by R&B, Hip-Hop and Rock. She cites her main musical influences as pop legends Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake and many more.
Unlike many other pop artists today, Christine Dominguez has set herself apart with her unique voice and musical writing style. Her voice can best be described as soulful, sultry and dynamic.
“I am adamant about maintaining my creative freedom and the ability to be myself,” she said.
Because of her ambitions as an independent artist, Christine launched her very own record label, Pleiadian Playground Productions, with plans to collaborate with more world-renowned producers and artists, while maintaining control of her own music.
Making her debut in film soundtracks, Christine co-wrote and performed the anthem/ theme song for the hilarious movie, “Growing Up Fat & Albanian” along with award winning film and TV composer Aldo Shllaku, and hip hop artist, Martin Malota from Detroit. The movie debuted at TriBeca Film Screening Room in NYC and is currently being featured in film festivals with a Spring 2017 release.
Christine is now focused on her solo career with an album in the works and has teamed up with Grammy nominated mastering engineer Emily Lazar (Sia, Dave Grohl, Mary Lambert) at The Lodge in NYC to master the album. New single, “Delicious” now available on iTunes, Spotify and all major online music stores!