Det begynner å bli litt patetisk hvordan den eldre garde i musikkverden har begynt å spille sine siste strenger når stemmen og musikken ikke er like god som den en gang var. Fergie og Jeniffer Lopez er to meget gode eksempler på dette.
Her er det siste eksempelet hvor kropp trumfer musikk.
“Get a good light. Get a good angle on what’s working for you that day. If it’s boobs, make sure you hit that. If it’s face, make sure it’s fierce. It’s narcissistic, but whatever–everyone does it. I’m capturing personality… Everybody has their thing they like or don’t like to see. It’s all in your head. That’s why people take their own pictures, because it’s difficult for someone else to capture what you seek.”
“People take the little bit of information they’re fed, and they draw a picture of who you are. Most of the time it’s wrong.”
Om å være en del av Team Breezy:
“We don’t start the trouble, but that’s how we’re defending ourselves–by saying some slick sh-t. That’s how I’ve always been. I was so rude when I was a little girl. I got my ass beat by my mother for that. Most of the time it was because of my mouth.”
Om hvorfor hun er Unapologetic:
“When I was making this record I had no intention except the truth. So whatever is there is real. It’s raw. That’s why the album is called Unapologetic. I held back before. I didn’t show a lot of myself. I was very guarded. I needed to be open and free and fearless. Basically say, ‘F**k it.’ What’s the worst that can happen? They’ll hate me? They’ve done that before.”
Om hennes duett med med Chris Brown, Nobody’s business:
“It’s nobody’s business,” she says flatly. [Journo repeats his inquiry.] Her voice, usually warm and cut with chuckles, turns cold. “Pardon me?” she replies, her eyebrow slightly raised. Even after the question is repeated, she hesitates to answer. The hands that moved up and down throughout the conversation, suddenly fall flat. “It’s the truth. Remember? You’re still asking me questions about it so clearly you don’t know.”