I FEEL VERY PASSIONATELY ABOUT HAVING WOMEN CONTROL THAT NARRATIVE AND HAVING THEM CONTROL THEIR OWN VOICES, OR AT LEAST BE ABLE TO SPEAK THE LANGUAGE WHEN THEY DO GET INTO THE ROOM WITH A PRODUCER. THAT TO ME IS WHAT FEMMEHOUSE IS ALL ABOUT.
...BUT, you put a paint brush or a guitar in their hand and they realize that they can move on. So they have that. I think if you rob young people of that then you’re really doing an unbelievable disservice to a huge amount of kids out there.
It’s more the music drives me than me who drives the music,
I’ve literally been trying to destroy my musical career for years, but every time I get more inspired and I get more ideas.
Hidden In Plain Sight: (Re)Introducing Kenna
If everyone had song that represented them, mine would be ‘Where The Streets Have No Name’ [by U2], because it has an incredibly long intro. I’m just getting to the first verse of my life.