As the holidays approach, Canadian R&B singer Tamia is celebrating the season with the release of her festive new cover of “Someday At Christmas”.
The latest from the six-time Grammy nominee is a cover of the holiday classic originally recorded by Stevie Wonder.
The song clearly has a lot of meaning for the Ontario native, and in a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times she discussed why she thinks it’s important to have a special connection with a song in order to record it.
“Well, I never record any song that I don’t love or like,” explained the 44-year-old singer-songwriter. “Some I fall in love with more than others, but I don’t go into the studio and just record songs all over the place. If I don’t like the song or if I don’t believe in it, I don’t record it. The toughest is going over the songs you love and seeing what speaks to you in the moment. If they don’t make a cohesive album, I hold on to them.”
“Someday At Christmas” is available on all digital platforms right now.