Celebrity News July 21, 2019
'Riverdale' Muse Bellsaint Goes Retro for Lapalme
Bellsaint aka Caroline Brooks is soaking up a lot of love from her music being featured on "Riverdale." Now, she's opening up to Lapalme magazine about her new record, "Can't Stop a Woman," and rocking some '60s-inspired looks while doing it!
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“I still point at the screen and shriek, 'That's my song!'" she says of her "Riverdale" exposure, even though she should be used to international attention — the singer-songwriter has worked with many other artists, and found a recent session with Natalie Imbruglia particularly "inspiring."
"I always hoped I would get to write and perform music for a living," she confesses, "but I don't think it sunk in as a reality until things started lining up the past few years."
Bellsaint and music go way back! "Music has always been a big part of my life. I started writing songs when I was seven on a battery-operated CASIO, and have been performing since I could walk. The first ever musical experience I remember is playing a skunk in a kindergarten musical. I was mortified, and I think I forgot most of the words."
The hits keep coming, with the release of her new single "Can't Stop a Woman" just the latest. “Most people who know me know how much sisterhood (especially growing up with two sisters) means to me," she explains of the song, "and how much I prioritize supporting other women. I genuinely believe that women have an unmatchable resilience, and can create powerful momentum when we set our minds to something."
Check out Bellsaint's full feature here!