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I don’t think that I’m a pop star. On paper, I’m bad at being a pop star with the conventional idea people have.
I like befriending my collaborators because I’d rather make music with people I like than people I pretend to like.
I don’t feel embarrassed by any of the music that I like. I think it’s all genuinely clever, good music.
Whenever I’m writing a song, if I have an idea for the music video, that’s how I know it’s a good song.
I want to have a publishing company and a record label, and I want to manage five artists… eventually.
I’m just not very good at being happy all the time.
I love Tinashe.
I really love Grimes, Niki & the Dove, stuff like that.
I really just want to change the way women think about themselves.
I love that ‘…Baby One More Time’ video, to be honest; it’s amazing.
My philosophy is to treat people how you want to be treated.
My one thing is respect. I don’t care about anything else. You should respect everyone around you – the people who work for you, peers. Be classy.
To be honest, for me, my main workout is when I’m on stage. Even though I make pop music, I don’t think I perform in the classic ‘pop star’ sort of way. I’m very active on stage; I always end up dripping in sweat afterwards. It’s always like a full-on, wild performance, so that’s pretty much like my exercise, I would say.
I loved Justice and Uffie and everyone signed to the label Ed Banger. They were really influential to me when first started making music.
I spent a lot of my teenage years experimenting with who I was as a person and not really getting it right. And then, I think, I realized that I just had to chill out in life.
I think the best artists are the ones who constantly change – Madonna, Bowie.
The XCX really stands for ‘kiss Charli kiss,’ which is unbelievably crap.
I do this weird thing in studios where I climb stuff when I get nervous.
I know how to win people over if things aren’t going my way.
I’ve always wanted to write pop music. I never wanted to be cool or make a hipster record.
I’m actually really bad at the Internet. I’m never scouring it to find new artists or new anything.
I wrote a song for Icona Pop which boosted my confidence quite a lot.
I used to try to bully my friends into imitating the Spice Girls on the playground.
I really just want to change the way women think about themselves. A lot of young girls are quite lost.
I feel like, throughout ‘True Romance,’ I was unsure of myself in terms of songwriting. Even though it was my voice, I feel there were a lot of other voices on that record, too.
I don’t want to sell my soul or anything, but to go on a huge tour would be next level.
When I got signed, I had just turned 16. I felt like I had to continuously have these confrontations with older men who were doubting my ideas because I was a woman, because I was 16.