In an interview with Quem magazine, Ludmilla spoke of insecurities, how the sensual facet worked and how she dealt with racism early in her career.
Ludmilla became recognized with the musical theme "I arrived" in 2016, and since then that has taken the Brazilian funk to the four corners of the world.
She is currently one of the most popular artists of her generation. However, behind the popular image of 'bossy' is someone who is waging a great battle of self-acceptance, as well as those around him and the public.
Ludmilla was recently interviewed by Quem magazine and was not inhibited from showing the greatest weaknesses.
"I could not be sexy or sexy because I did not think I was beautiful. I thought I was too ugly! He did not like me. Now I feel more beautiful and hot. I look at myself in the mirror and think, 'Wow, I'm a cat!'
Listen to the artist's account of how she dealt with racism early in her career and how she struggled to make her self-confidence prevail in the music world in the video below.
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