I dress in a sophisticated and classy way - I always dress in a way I know my mother wouldn't be embarrassed to see.
Ice cream is my comfort food.
Dance music has pushed its way into the mainstream. Which is good for me.
I don't think too far ahead because I want to appreciate what's happening now.
Good music shouldn't have a shelf life.
I want to be as feminine and classic as possible.
I'm not a complicated person.
My grandfather was a Russian-Jewish immigrant who lived in Northern Ireland and apparently when he sang in the synagogue he made everyone cry.
I did my dissertation on Kafka.
I love Barbra Streisand and Sade who've both had careers in soul and I want my music to have that timeless quality that isn't necessarily now.
If you're from South London you feel like you're always trying to win people over, so perhaps that underdog passion comes through.
I don't know if I should say this, but I feel more like a singer than an artist.
A female vocal can lift a song.
I like how strong Sade is and how she doesn't give away too much.
I am just trying to keep it real.
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