Grammy-winning musician Lizzo is understood for her unabashed confidence and the energy she portrays to the world. Her 2016 tune “Good As Hell” shaped a big a part of her public persona as she rose to stardom within the late 2010s. And to this present day, the tune makes her really feel higher about herself.
Lizzo launched ‘Good As Hell’ in 2016
Lizzo first launched “Good As Hell” in 2016 because the lead single from her debut EP Coconut Oil. The tune finally gained extra traction and was launched as a radio single in 2019 after Lizzo’s mainstream breakout together with her No. 1 single “Truth Hurts.”
“Good As Hell” is all about embracing the individual that you see within the mirror and being proud of the individual that you’re. Self-empowerment songs have lengthy been standard in popular culture, from Madonna‘s “Express Yourself” to Girl Gaga‘s “Born This Way.”
“Good As Hell” peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Sizzling 100 and was licensed four-times platinum with over 4 million copies bought within the US.
‘Good As Hell’ even makes Lizzo really feel higher
Lizzo spoke about her fourth album Particular and far more in a 2022 interview with ET Canada, in response to Yahoo!. When requested about her single “About Damn Time,” she mirrored on what “Good As Hell” meant and the way the tune particularly modified her life.
“I wanted to write a song that when I’m on stage and performing, I feel better immediately in that moment and I did that with ‘Good As Hell.’ I wasn’t trying to do it with ‘Good As Hell’ though,” she mentioned truthfully. “Every time I’m on stage and it doesn’t matter what I went through that day, when I sing ‘Good As Hell,’ I get emotional, I get happy, and I’m like, ‘I need a song like that again.’ So when I’m dealing with all the anxieties of the world… I can sing this song and be present for a moment and recharge myself to take on the world.”
Lizzo’s album ‘Special’ is coming in July 2022
After her third album Cuz I Love You took over the music scene in 2019 and earned Lizzo three Grammy Awards, followers had been keen to listen to what the “Juice” singer would launch subsequent. After three years and a worldwide pandemic, Lizzo is returning together with her fourth album Particular on July 15, 2022.
Lizzo admitted to ET that she needed to reduce a number of songs from the Particular tracklist as a result of she realized what sort of music she needed to launch on the album after she created “About Damn Time.”
“I took off a lot of songs that didn’t match this new vibe I was in, especially after writing ‘About Damn Time.’ I wrote this like two months ago and I think I had an epiphany like, ‘Oh I only want songs that are love frequency’, like, very about love, and also bangers,” she mentioned. “I wanted to make Lizzobangers again.”