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MC@Play with Selah Sue Video

On the brink of the debut of her euro-pop meets raggae album, Selah Sue dishes to MC's Sergio Kletnoy about her devotion to Lauren Hill, why she got into the biz, and her go-to karaoke jam.

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Hi. This is Selah Sue and you're watching marieclaire.com. See Full Transcript Hide Full Transcript It's a combination of soul, hip hop and a bit of rock. If you [unknown] when you went out, I felt that I have reason to dance on music. I love R&B, you know, I love the hip hop. You know, I developed a musical taste and then I discovered I had a pretty good hearing. So, I think I absorb all the things I listened to whenever these [unknown] came up. First song that I would really focus on also with the guitar, I look forward to the song, you know. I think the first song was Zombie of the Cranberries. I think, in the beginning, it was specially Lauren Hill. You know, I think, you know, she has everything. I think the sound of her voice is beautiful, rhythm, her lyrics or she can rhyme. She can sing. She can do everything. A lot of really- I always see that rhythm is a dancer. It's [unknown]. I think it's such a cool song doing karaoke.

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