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I could probably say one thing that I’m excited about is I definitely wanna be an entrepreneur and be a humanitarian and that stuff.
I realised that you have to be honest. When you’re being open, that’s when people connect with you. You just have to be yourself.
I don’t get fazed by things easily. I don’t really care about much; I’m just not interested in a lot. I’m just interested in the well being of my close ones, my music, the message I’m portraying, how my efforts are contributing to society.
I get ‘female Kendrick’ quite a lot. I’m definitely not complaining. At the same time, I want to be the female Simz. I just want to be me.
I just wanted to kind of break down those gender stereotypes and just say everyone‘s equal, everyone’s their own person, everyone’s their own individual.
Taking on different characters and seeing things through the eyes of different people is interesting to me. When I look at what people are going through in life, I try to understand their story.
I’m not desperate to sign, like, a record deal. I’m very hungry, but I’m just not desperate for it.
Dance was something I’d just done at my youth club, and I used to teach dance when I was 14 to 19, 20 years old. I had my own dance group, and then I got more into the acting stuff, and I started doing things for TV. And then I put that on pause, because I really wanted to focus on my real passion, which is music.
As cliched as it sounds, music is my only form of expression. So I have to be honest with myself, and with that comes being vulnerable.
I change my mind quite a lot about things, which isn’t always a good thing.
I like it when people have good flow, but I also like it when people actually say stuff. Because sometimes that’s a very good distraction, like, to have impeccable flow, but you’re saying a lot without saying anything.
I’m a rapper and, obviously, hip hop rap is my main thing. But I also like to dive into different genres and kind of be a bit more experimental and open myself up a bit, whether that’s taking influence from jazz or soul or electronic.
I just always want to be as transparent as possible.
I’m not a person who opens up to people, and I feel like music is my way of doing that.
I’ve experienced racism and run-ins with the law, and it’s a real thing, and it happens where I grew up. It’s something that not a lot of people want to talk about. I feel like I have a duty, and I wouldn’t be honest or true to myself if I didn’t speak about it.
I haven‘t knocked all the doors I need to knock down, but I can see it happening more and more. It will just take more perseverance and work.