Singer Joss Stone says there was a time when she needed to be depicted in cartoon type in her music movies, just like the band Gorillaz, with a purpose to shield her privateness.
Stone was simply 14 when she signed a file deal. She requested the label boss if her music movies could possibly be animated like these of the band Gorillaz, reviews contactmusic.com.
“I said to Steve Greenberg, who signed me when I was 14, ‘Steve, if we’re gonna do music videos, can we just do a cartoon like the Gorillaz so nobody knows what I look like?’ And he said, ‘I didn’t sign you to hide you’… How jealous am I of Sia?’,” Joss Stone mentioned throughout a podcast. She referred to the singer Sia, who retains her anonymity by normally masking her face with a wig.
Joss Stone, now 33, additionally opened up on the risks of fame, after two males deliberate to rob and kill her in 2011.
Joss mentioned: “If you place your self on the market in that method then guess what? They’re gonna know what you appear like and so they may observe you and attempt to kill you, and so they may name you all of the names underneath the solar.
“Or they might fall in love with you and buy you flowers and turn up,” Joss Stone added.
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