Thursday, May 12, 2016


KeKe Wyatt is enjoying the success of her fourth studio album Rated Love that made it's debut on three Top 20 Billboard Charts. The powerhouse vocalist is sitting pretty as she graces the cover of the new issue of Rolling Out magazine. The issue that's titled KeKe Wyatt Get Real About Being Comfortable In Her Own Skin see's the singer open up in a way that many have never seen before. Wyatt speaks on some of her insecurities, confidence, being a goof ball & of course her new album.

Read excerpts after the cut.

You seem like you're a lot of fun. Is that true?

Yes. I'm a ding-dong - I've always been a ding-dong. Like seriously, when you grow up in a rough, rough situations, you learn how to be silly. You know what I mean? I kind of don't have time for the serious stuff because that's all you live in. Does that make sense?

You're extremely beautiful. 

I honestly don't see that. I see someone who is not who they want to be. I see someone who I don't know. I'm doing better though. I'm really doing better.

When you look in the mirror, what is it that you see?

Someone who has a really big heart. But nobody can see it because they're too busy paying attention to what's on the outside. And I don't care for what's on the outside, because I feel like people are looking at me and judging me.

So, do you consider yourself confident?

No, and that's honest. Can't find it. I don't know why. As God is my witness, even with singing I'm just not confident. Like if somebody said. "KeKe sing 'His Eye Is On The Sparrow', and I'll sing it. But whole time I'm wondering, "Ugh, do they hear that?"

Read the full interview HERE.

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