Madison Beer has 22.7 million fans on Instagram and 13.8 million fans on TikTok, however she’s a lot more than a social networks star.
In a brand-new interview with NME, the 21-year-old celeb opened about her time in the music market and why she hopes her launching album, Life Support, will assist individuals see her as a real artist.
“For a long time, I’ve been trying to prove my intelligence and artistry and the fact that I’m someone who should be taken seriously,” she informed the outlet for a function released Feb. 26. “That does get a bit exhausting because I shouldn’t have to be constantly proving that to people.”
When it pertains to Beer’s music, her current songs, including her 2020 hit “Selfish,” may be the very first tunes that concern fans’ minds. But in truth, her profession began nearly a years back.
In 2012, when Beer was simply entering her teenage years, she submitted a video of herself vocalizing Etta James‘ “At Last.” The cover captured the attention of Justin Bieber, who tweeted out the video to his countless fans and catapulted Beer to a brand-new level of popularity. According to NME, she signed with his record label The Island Def Jam Music Group and was handled by Scooter Braun. Beer declared they tried to turn her into a “very pop, very Disney queen” and was ultimately dropped. She now deals with First Access Entertainment and Epic Records.