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A Very Short Interview With Annie!

Annie (Norwegian pop star queen) has been a constant fixture on The Useless Critic since I started this website. And with good reason - she makes amazing music and is just all-around an incredibly kind woman. 


Recently, Annie got a HUGE exposure in the American music scene, where she's been more of a bit player than a main attraction. The Metro Boomin song featuring Travis Scott, "Overdue," features a sample of her 2009 track "Anthonio."



So I saw Annie was getting a lot of traction about this surprise collab, and I reached out to her to ask her a few questions about it. She, being so lovely and gracious, agreed. 

Without further ado, here is Annie talking about being featured in a song with one of the biggest rappers at the moment.

About finding out she was featured on the song: I got to know it through Richard X (NOTE: Annie and Richard X collaborate a lot) that produced "Anthonio" ... and it all got through just a day before it was released! 😊

Was she surprised?: Yeah, a bit surprised, but I think the song sounds really great!

Her reaction?: People seem to be really excited about the track  - and very curious about the sample. Yes, if someone find our sound inspiring - nothing is better than that!

So, new music from Annie ... ?: Can't go into details about that. 😊

Here's a post I did a few years ago where I went over my favorites from Annie. She's great, and hopefully we'll hear some new stuff from her soon!




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