While attending “The Late Late Show” with James Corden, Lizzo showed fans a presentation for her upcoming song “About Damn Time”.
James Corden asked Lizzo who she went to to get honest feedback.
“My friends. They’ll tell me. They’ll be like, ‘This ain’t it girl.’ Or once they start twerking, I’m like, ‘This is it,'” she replied. “And then, I play it for my mom. But she is last to hear it because she is a Virgo woman and she’s a harsh critic… but she cried, she loved it.”
The “Juice” hit producer did not provide a release date for the track. She hasn’t revealed when she plans to release her recently completed fourth studio album, she.
In addition, Lizzo also celebrated the release of her new show “Watch Out for the Big Grrrls”, which is launching on Amazon Prime. We can say that this powerful show that will be on Amazon is one of its few strong moves.
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“I know what y’all thinkin.. ‘damn lizzo you just announced a TV show… A single… and SNL,” she said, referring to her April 16 hit show.
“Now what??’ But y’all don’t understand- I can’t be stopped,” Lizzo stated confidently. “This is my season. I’m about to be everywhere and I’m about to announce the biggest thing YET. Bigger than anything I’ve ever done. 3 years in the making. A Dream Come True. Stay tuned b####.”
Rapper Lizzo, who entered the market with “Batches & Cookies” in 2013, used this single in her debut album “Lizzobanger”.
Since 2014, Lizzo has also received support from names such as Cupcakke, Charli XCX, Parson James and Dorian Electra.
Coconut-Oil EP, including the single “Scuse Me”, was released in 2016. The most popular song in the EP, “Good As Hell” was the soundtrack to the movie “The Barbershop: The Next Cut” and had great success.
She re-debuted in 2017 with two singles, “Water Me” and “Truth Hurts”.
On April 19, 2019, her second album “Cuz I Love You” was released. “Truth Hurts”, included in this album, peaked at number 3 on the Billboard charts.