Syd on Her Perfect Day and Her Journey Through Heartbreak: “I Love What I Do”

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Before her performance at Brooklyn Steel in New York, Syd discusses love in the most recent episode of The Green Room. Her most recent book, Broken Hearts Club, tells the tale of her own personal heartbreak, which she calls the most authentic she has ever felt. The album, which includes contributions from Lucky Daye, Smino, and Kehlani, explores the stages of desire, love, and mourning.

The L.A. musician is well-known for Internet group singles Hold On and Girl and Randamp;B songs like Body. Syd pondered the confluence of influences that make up her sound.

Erykah Badu, India, was the soundtrack for Saturday’s cleaning.

She remembers her mother playing Arie, Musiq Soulchild, Jill Scott, and then a bunch of reggae throughout the home. However, when it comes to me, I initially fell in love with pop music. I really like that I’m starting to understand how much of an impact that has had on me. I’m happy about that.

She grins cheerfully when asked about her ideal day and mentions her mother’s french toast, the sun, the grass, and staying inside: “My ideal day would be spent at home with my loved ones and maybe working.” What I do, I adore.

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