Lizzo’s summer is still going strong, and her most recent album, Special, is only making it more… special. She has earned the right to refer to herself as a global superstar and isn’t afraid to put herself up against other well-known figures.
During a recent interview on The Breakfast Club radio show, the three-time Grammy winner acknowledged creating songs about her relationships and referred to herself as “Black Taylor Swift” in that regard.
Lizzo revealed to the show’s hosts, Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy (real name: RaaShaun Casey), that her music is inspired by her real-life experiences. She claimed, “All my songs are about situations that happen to me.
Then, when DJ Envy questioned her if the people she dates ought to be aware that she might sing about them, Lizzo said right away, “Absolutely. Taylor Swift, I’m Black. I am, truly. I am trivial.
One such instance is the song “Break Up Twice,” which is actually about her current boyfriend, Myke Wright, to whom she ostensibly felt he deserved a heads-up when she gave him another chance. Lizzo sings, “I chatted to my girlfriends yesterday,” in the song.
They made me think of the day you made me cry in my car, she said. After mentioning a cookout and how her pals “all gave you attitude,” she continues by telling him, “Boy, you know you better watch out.”
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She explained on the radio show that they were rekindling their romance while a “certain gentleman” (oops, Wright) was around for a cookout. One of her friends approached him and threatened to slash his mother*cking tires if he messed with her. Lizzo revealed her surprised “Oh my gosh” and “damn, that’s genuine love” response to her friend’s threat. She recorded the song about it that very week.
Fortunately, her lover understood. Lizzo said on The Breakfast Show, “She didn’t cut some tires, though, because… he’s been correct ever since.
She made fun of their “soft debut” of their relationship, joking that she shared pictures of them together on Instagram but didn’t tag him. Apparently, they will be considered officially dating when they go down a red carpet together.
Of course, throughout the years, Swift has made some major hits out of her romances. Like Lizzo, she also attempts to keep certain information to herself. Even though many fans are convinced Jake Gyllenhaal is the topic of 2012’s “All Too Well” (and the following re-recordings), the pop singer has never confirmed it. Dionne Warwick is also looking for the notorious red scarf.
The two singer-songwriters occasionally both have a tonne of inspiration. Lizzo acknowledged that she “had to remove a lot” from the “over 170 tracks” she wrote for Special. Perhaps she’ll experience similar “from the vault” situations to Taylor Swift in the future.
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