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I went down there with a Canadian flag on my bag, just like “I am Canadian! When you and Drake were teenagers in Toronto, you performed together in a group called the Renaissance. I view music as a universal language that brings all people together, so I don’t want it to be the thing that separates me from any group of people. Has going to the States and appealing to pop radio made it hard to project that hybrid identity? maybe I shouldn’t say what I really want to say about it.
Melanie Fiona recently spoke with The Boom Box about her new album, ‘The MF Life,’ due March 20, and during the exclusive interview, she touched on how she experienced a “bad breakup” while recording the project.
The Toronto native never mentioned the man who broke her heart, but the NY Post has.
Your original break was having the song “Somebody Come Get Me” included on the 2008 , all my music reflected what I came from back home, which is this very reggae inspired fusion of R&B and pop.
This was so long ago, I don’t think people were smart enough back then to take a video, to know how big that media would become.
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La La Anthony x The YBF Podcast» BAYWATCH BAWDY: Teyana Taylor Joins Ashley Graham & More In Sexy Beach Swimsuit Shoot» Blac Chyna Releases Hot & UNbothered Pics After Kardashian Sisters TRIED IT. Fiona gave some insight on her relationship and how she wrote about it on her forthcoming LP.“It’s interesting because on the first album I experienced a really bad breakup and on this album I experienced a really bad breakup,” the 28-year-old shared.‘CSI: Miami’ actor Adam Rodriguez seems to be significant other who Fiona wrote many of her songs about.A source reveals that the couple dated for three years and even shared a home together in Los Angeles. Have you come in contact with the long held myth that Canadian artists have to be recognized in the States before people will pay attention at home? Well, I just feel like certain things are just meant to be. It can be tough when they want to segregate everything into hip hop, urban, adult AC, rhythmic, Top 40, pop, dance, techno.