Check out Lizzo!
The chart-topper blazes the pages of British Vogue‘s December 2019 issue.
Lensed by Kloss Films, the spread comes on the heels of the star’s #1 smash ‘Truth Hurts’ and as 2017 effort ‘Good As Hell’ makes a bid for the top spot – thanks, in part, to an Ariana Grande assisted remix.
Beyond her bops, the Houston native has resonated with the masses thanks to her candid discourse about…well…everything.
In her feature interview, she opens up about hitting a career stride later in life, body positivity, and more.
Head below for pics and quotes…
On Being Successful In Her 30s:
“I think if I was 21 right now, I would not be able to maintain this lifestyle without having major anxiety and panic attacks. But thank God, my journey is all about self-care and finding that love for yourself and nurturing yourself. Because that’s what artists need more than anything.”
On Her Diverse Skillset:
“I became a good singer touring as a rapper. All of the things that I would rap would turn into melodies and they would get real soulful and punchy.
It was not a secret ace card in the pack, it was a tool that I was finely tuning and shaping.”
On The Politics Of Body Positivity:
“Anybody that uses body positivity to sell something is using it for their personal gain. That’s just it. We weren’t selling anything in the beginning. We were just selling ourselves and selling ourselves on the idea – selling ourselves on ourselves, you know? I’m not trying to sell you me. I’m trying to sell you, you.”