The Wall Street Journal dubbed musician Salme Dahlstrom a “savvy singer” and “music licensing queen” when she managed to license every track from her 2008 album The Acid Cowgirl Audio Trade to various corporations and television programs. At the time, Dahlstrom was not only just getting noticed, she was just getting started.
She climbed Billboard’s Dance Chart and eventually received prominent placements in major ad campaigns for CoverGirl, Suave, and Kellogg’s that ran on primetime network television for months.
Dahlstrom’s latest release is The Hit House Featuring Salme Dahlstrom.
– “It is a collaboration with some of my favorite people in the industry, The Hit House”, Dahlstrom explains. “They came to me and said “just do you” and I did. I searched in new and unexpected places for inspiration (and found it), I worked with children and animals and came out on the other side in one piece and feeling fabulous! Some amazing vocalists lent their voices to this project – Cole Williams, Yazmin Soul, Farrad Mullins, Amber Skyes and Brian Jenkins all brought their own special flavor of excellence and it made this album so much greater”.