Here we go!
After Nope, Keke Palmer monopolizes all eyes. Her career is on the rise and she’s set to make her directorial debut with an upcoming project called Big Boss, a documentary that will tell the story of her experiences in the music industry and she’ll be released alongside an album of the same name.
It’s so exciting! In a recent interview with Vogue, Keke Palmer describes the album as “a collection of different vibes that represent who she is as a woman coming into herself.” Among the songs that the artist prepares for the album is a new version of her hit “Bottoms Up,” which she co-wrote with her sister Loreal and which has been updated from a high school anthem to a party song for a more adult audience.
According to Palmer, this new version of the song is meant to be a kick at society’s gender norms and patriarchy. “You feel embarrassed being the boss, especially as a woman,” she tells Vogue. “It’s like only a man is allowed to have the kind of attributes that I have.”
And we say, PREACH!
We’re looking forward to hearing this new version of the song and discovering more about Keke Palmer in her documentary.
Keke Palmer is the star of Nope, which is now in theaters.