“When I’m singing, they want to hear R&B. When I’m rapping, the want to hear upbeat music. Not so much trap music but music that gets them going in the club. I also write conscious rap too. People want to hear something that’s worth being heard.”
Then we told her we heard about her “Subliminally seductive” style as well as the phrase “The art of seduction”. We asked her to explain what that meant.
“That’s definitely a different person in me. Mostly, it’s me writing and singing seductively. Seductively meaning I’m not blatantly saying what I would do. Keep it to the imagination, you know?”
Shifting gears, we discussed her music and we were curious to know what new projects she had on the horizon.