JUICY: Exactly why is it so hard for female R&B artists in the industry? What is it like?
SJ: It’s super hard. There’s so much pressure on us and it’s just really unfair. It’s sad because the industry can make you feel that you’re ugly or not marketable because you’re not a size 2, along with many other reasons. Shameful is all it is.
JUICY: You took a break a while ago to raise your sons. What has this new chapter in your life been like now that you’ve put new music out?
SJ: I’m at peace and everything is going smoothly. I feel like I am in the right place—this is the right place and the right time. I feel that I’m right on time with everything and I’m confident with my music. As a person,it’s natural to have doubts. But it’s not about having them; it’s about how you deal with them and turn them into something good.
Do You Recognize This R&B Songstress??
Posted on October 13th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff