We caught up with the singer to chat about the song, what she’s learned over the years and what’s next for the star. Check it out!
TigerBeat: What are you most proud of about your single “Break a Bottle”?
Lexxi: I’m really proud of how it has been received by playlists, blogs and several DJs. When you write a song, you always wait to see how it will be received. You hope the listeners like your song enough to share it. I succeeded in incorporating a fresh way to celebrate the night. It has upbeat and fun vibes.
TigerBeat: How is it similar or different to music you have released in the past?
Lexxi: Music is art and like most art, it’s cohesive and represents the artist as a whole, but is different at the same time. This represents me in the present. All of my originals represent me in some way. This track has just grown up along with me.
TigerBeat: What is one of the biggest lessons you learned as an artist from opening for acts like Demi Lovato and Fifth Harmony?
Lexxi: The show must go on! On one of my performances, my microphone went out. It was like no sound I just kept singing as though nothing had happened until the engineer corrected the technical difficulties and my sound came back on. While performing, I am aware that anything can happen at any given moment because it’s live.
TigerBeat: You’re all about hustling to make your dreams come true. How do you stay motivated to work hard through the ups and downs?
Lexxi: It is all about the hustle in this business, I am a genuinely positive person and try not to dwell on any struggles that come my way. I climb the hurdle and then go, go, go.
“I keep looking and moving forward all the while telling myself that the next best thing is waiting for me around the corner.”
TigerBeat: What are some musical goals you hope to accomplish this year?
Lexxi: Some musical goals of mine are to release more originals, have my music placed in both film and TV and tour both in the US and Europe. I have written several songs for other artists and would like to have them recorded.
Listen to “Break a Bottle” here!