Tulisa Contostavlos wants global stardom
Tulisa Contostavlos - who recently launched a solo career - has revealed that she is hoping for global superstardom
Tulisa Contostavlos wants to become a global superstar.
The N-Dubz singer has recently launched her own solo career without bandmates Fazer and Dappy and revealed her aspirations to take over the world with her music, joking that she wants to become so successful she can fart on her tracks to help them sell.
When asked what her ultimate goal in life is, the 'Young' hitmaker told The Guardian newspaper: "To become so successful that if I wanna fart on a track, I can, and it will sell.
"No, I'm joking! No, my aim is to, yeah, I wanna become a global superstar, I want to become successful enough that I can retire tomorrow in complete comfort.
"I've made my stamp on the earth, my name will go down in history, and if I never want to work again, I don't have to."
The 23-year-old singer - who was recently left devastated when X-rated footage of her with ex-boyfriend Justin Edwards, aka MC Ultra, was leaked onto the internet - has been influenced by hip-hop, R&B and reggae for her debut solo album, which will also feature songs that people can relate to if they are "depressed" and going through relationship problems.
She added: "I'd say there'll be a song for every scenario you're going through ... If you feel like saying:'F**k the world and everyone else,' there'll be a song for you. If you want to say, 'I'm depressed, I want to crawl into a dark hole and die,' there'll be a song for you.
"If you want to say, 'I'm madly in love with someone and I'm ready to trust again,' or 'F**k my ex-boyfriend, he's an absolute w****r,' that'll be there."