Tulisa wants global success, says "my name will go down in history"
N-Dubz star Tulisa has revealed that her aim as a solo artist is to become so popular that she could "fart on a track" and still hit the coveted No.1 position in the charts.
Spreaking to the Guardian newspaper, the 'Young' songstress explained that international fame is now what she hopes to achieve and she believes she's on the right track and her "name will go down in history":
"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."
Referring to her debut solo album, Tulisa admitted there will be a song for every mood and she hopes it'll speak to her fans:
"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."
Watch footage of Tulisa's video shoot for 'Young' below:
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