Besides ”Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” what are you working on?
My album is coming out; we’ve been working on my album. I have international records on the table; we’re just working.
The last song we heard from you was ”Bailar,” is the rest of the album going to have that feel?
[It’s] reggaeton, hip-hop, pop — I do everything. I sing and I rap in Spanish. Stevie got me doing everything in the studio. I love it; I’m excited that I can go from being a stripper to a pop icon. I’m actually a pop icon because little girls were dressing like me for Halloween. I thought they only dressed like Michael Jackson for Halloween.
How did it make you feel to see that?
It happened so fast. One year, it’s only been one year. I met Stevie as a stripper. We went into the studio I did my first song in two hours and that song is amazing. … It’s fun but it’s hard work. Going into the studio with Stevie is not easy. He’s [got] three Grammys. He doesn’t make bubblegum songs. I have a harder time going into the studio with Stevie and making a song with him. I feel like with everybody else, I’m just “that b—-” but when I go in the studio with him he tells me “It’s not right, you gotta do it again.”