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On her authenticity, she says, “Both my R&B and my rap are good representations of me because I’m really like that. I rap about money a lot and just having new stuff, all that, that’s just me. I really like to spend a lot of money on hair, nails, shoes. But also the R&B perspective, a lot of my songs still come from me being a teenager, in my feelings and stuff. That’s why a lot of people can relate to me, knowing they been through the same thing.”
Clearly, Lakeyah’s online hustle had brought her success this far, it’s also worth noting that the 19-year-old has never performed for a large crowd before. She mentions she looks forward to touring once COVID-19-related restrictions are lifted and discusses being a natural-born performer, “I’ve done shows, but not in front of very, very large crowds. So it’s going to be new to me, but I’m really, really different when cameras come on and everything. I be ready all the time.” When asked about her dream tour lineup, the ever-confident artist says, “I really think I’m up there with guys lyrically. So I would rather go on a tour, like Lil Baby and people like Tee Grizzley. But if I did an all-female show, I would love to do a show with City Girls and people like [Megan Thee Stallion]. Hard female rappers. Cardi B. Mulatto.”
The multi-talented artist touches on her definitions of success, revealing, “It’s not a sold-out tour and it’s not even money. I really need … to feel successful. I’m aiming for the highest pinnacles. My family is already super proud. They all think we’re all on and millionaires,” she admitted with a laugh.