“Some people will like you and some people won’t. That’s life.”
“It was the first thing I remember loving to do.”
“I like getting in the ring with guys and changing their idea of what a female rapper is.”
“I’m contributing to something that’s bigger than me, especially as a Black creative.”
On her debut EP, the 19-year-old singer-songwriter writes deep odes to love and heartbreak — and they’re connecting.
“A lot of girls let guys hold them back.”
“Music was really gifted to me to be my voice.”
With the release of New York singer Elah Hale’s debut EP, ‘Room 206,’ we speak with the artist about giving music her all.
The Detroit rapper has a simple message: “f**k all that negativity.”
“Life don’t get easier; you just get better at dealing with it.”
“I fell in love with the creativity of always trying to figure out ways to do something different every time I touched the microphone.”
“By admitting you’re vulnerable, it’s letting people know you still wanna know how to be better.”
“If you look at the pool that we have already, there aren’t any brown girls.”
“I’ve improved on a lot of shit.”
“My goal is to transmit something that is bigger than myself.”
“Life as a producer is always in waves.”
“We’re all always learning and evolving.”
We sat down with the Epic Records recording artist to discuss his leap from songwriter to recording artist, modern R&B, and his forthcoming EP.
“I wanted to make sure people can feel that pain and those tears.”
“Why not just be weird as fuck, all the time?”
“As soon as I quit all my work, the universe accepted it. I started getting tons of jobs.”