Lizzo has much to celebrate and it’s “About Damn Time” that the singer, rapper, producer, and multi-faceted artist is shining in all aspects that she’s furiously worked to find success and liberation.
Pulling up to the Power 106 studios to not only celebrate her birthday with Power Mornings co-hosts Letty, Teddy Mora, and Javen Cannon, Lizzo chops it up about her journey in music, self-growth, entrepreneurship, and her new ‘Special’ tour with Latto. It has been quite the ride for Lizzo as the entertainer took some time off from touring with the hit of the 2020 pandemic, which allowed her to focus on all new music and even an introspective look at her career and personal life.
While the “Rumors” rapper agrees that she’s a leading voice in genre-bending creation, it’s her ventures outside of music that continue to allow her fans to fall in love with who she is and what she offers to many marginalized voices.
Speaking on her persona and impact, Lizzo shares why she believes her fans show true support for her because they connect with her on a deeper level with her stand-up and stand-out personality. And while she’s created her own lane and voice during a time when female rap is dominating, Lizzo shares her thoughts on the camaraderie felt by the ladies in hip-hop.
Lizzo goes on to speak about a food Verzuz against Saweetie, a Lizzo utopia, and much more.