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It is no surprise she recently signed with BMG records, headed by one of the few female record chiefs in the industry, Alexi Cory-Smith. I was in a band, I wasn’t some pop princess, I was a musician.
And I thought my look – my suits, my men’s jackets, my floppy boy’s hair – was dead cool. In a lot of ways it prepared me for a tough industry.
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