SZA’s Empowering Message to Women: ‘We Don’t Need Men to Survive’

SZA’s Empowering Message to Women: ‘We Don’t Need Men to Survive’

Singer-songwriter SZA just lately did an interview with British Vogue, during which she spoke in regards to the gender hole that results music pageant lineups.  The 27-year-old informed ladies to personal their “female vitality” as a result of males don’t validate their existence.

The Grammy-nominated singer has been on tour since her album, Ctrl, was launched in June 2017. She has additionally served because the headliner for the British pageant Lovebox in July and is about to headline Maryland’s Trillectro Pageant this September. Nonetheless, regardless of her addition to some music festivals, SZA spoke to the European publication in regards to the gender disparity of the occasions. The New Jersey native mentioned she is “hopeful” that festivals will change into extra inclusive to feminine performers by 2022 after Pitchfork journal reported solely 25 p.c of acts booked for the this yr’s exhibits have been ladies.

“The time is now,” the “Supermodel” singer mentioned. “Female vitality is dominant, whether or not you throw it on a line-up or not. Everybody can really feel it. We don’t want [men] to survive or be legitimate functioning members of society. [Women are] representing themselves in a brand new grown-up demographic that’s most likely fairly threatening to what we’ve all the time identified.”

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