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Interview: "Imma Head Out" - Rilëë

Congratulations on your new single “Imma Head Out”!!! What inspired you to write this iconic “loner girl anthem”?

Rilëë: :Thank you!I think everyone's had that moment where they ready to go but don't want to explain why. This song was me being fed up with men always thinking I owed them my time for buying me a drink or even saying I'm pretty. Like I know that already and you can't hold me hostage at the club for it. My biggest pet peeve is unsolicited compliments. Don't come up to me unless Im eye fucking you, seriously. Otherwise my mood will just be bitchy and well u know the rest….Imma head out!

When did your love for music begin?

Rilëë: It really started when I was about 8, I always would sing Brandy, Britney, and Beyonce well Destiny's Child. They were such icons and all I wanted to do was be just like them.

If you could perform anywhere in the world, where would you choose and why? Could be a specific venue or just a place you want to visit!

Rilëë: I've always wanted to perform in London! They have the best culture and nightlife. I love their fashion and all around quality of life. Mostly because their accents are the sexiest thing, but performing there would just take my energy UPPPP.

All the Halloween costumes you’ve been posting on your IG are AMAZING!! What is your most favorite costume you’ve ever done?

Rilëë: My favorite costume by far has go be Goldilocks. The costume lit up and everything :). I like cutesy sexy costumes that I can really pull myself into character.

If you could have dinner with anyone in the world, dead or alive, who would you pick and why?

Rilëë: Donna Summers, she was the definition of an unapologetic black pop star. Just to have 5 minutes with her would change the way I make music.

Any upcoming projects you can talk about?! After this new release, I’m sure I’m not the only one excited to hear more!

Rilëë: Yes! My third single will be dropping next month! Lets just say it's for my high maintenance.

Interviewed By Sarah Curry



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