I think she’s just desperately trying to stay relevant/prolific. She could’ve easily been another Pixie Lott so kudos to her for managing to stick around this long and still nab some hits.Genuinely curious if she is purposely trying to self sabotage her career?
Also, I am actually shocked that the label gave a green light fairly quickly to her for this album. As far as a I remember, it took her quite long to release Speak Your Mind and Therapy. What's even perplexing is that both of them were decent records and had hit singles. Honestly, I am not getting my hopes up this time. I really liked her in her debut era (minus the countless delays for the album) and Therapy was cute too. It is sad to such a huge dip in the quality of music.
Honestly though, we deserve a UK Garage infused dance album from her.