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I was just thinking to myself, ‘Jesus Christ, oh my God. I need to retire soon,'” Willow says. “this is madness.”

Very few actors can credibly announce this at 21, but it’s understandable why Willow would consider calling it a day. A few dates in her supporting role on Machine Gun Kelly’s Mainstream Sellout tour, she’s stretched out on an old leather couch in Los Angeles, theorizing about when she’ll be discharged — some of 20 dates with MGK in August. time later, he figures, and certainly not until he has promoted coping mechanismHer next album, due out this fall on Roc Nation.

The past four years have been nonstop for Willow. In 2019, she released a self-titled psychedelic R&B album, followed six months with a 10-track project as Anxiety with frequent collaborator Tyler Cole featuring dream pop (the anthemic viral hit “Meet Me at Our Spot”). ) included everything. For Rowdy Punk (“Fight Club”). Then, amid the pandemic, Willow completely switched gears, releasing the devotional meditation EP RISE, and by spring 2021, she was promoting her first full-blown rock album, Recently I Feel Everythingand its Travis Barker-featuring lead single, “Transparent Soul.”

And that’s just his single output. More recently, Willow’s clear-eyed sharpness has made her the artist when a track needed some extra edge, which she gave to Camila Cabello’s “Psychofreak” and the Pinkpantheres’ “Where You Are.” Even artists who are already firmly in rock know one trait of Willow—like MGK’s “Emo Girl” and Yungblood’s “Memories”—to take them to the top. Can add some extra.

Rock Nation co-president Shari Bryant insisted that there is “no particular reason” that these artists seek Willow. For some, it may be the widest audience she reaches with 30 million weekly streams; Others just “like his point of view. His aura is something you can’t find anywhere else.”

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