Shania Twain felt ‘liberated’ by her new album.
The 57-year-old country star is known around the world for her 1990s hits such as ‘Man!’ I feel like a woman! However, she released her sixth studio album, Queen of Me, on Friday (03.02.23), and she explained that she was finally able to make the kind of music she hears.
she said: There’s a little bit of everything there, so it’s liberating to not think too much about genres and make music that you want to hear and dance to. ”
The ‘You’re Still The One’ songstress recently suffered a severe case of COVID-19 and feels ‘frustrated’ at being shunned by so many people for so long. As a result, he was airlifted to a hospital. After writing most of her songs during the pandemic, she’s finally ready to record an album.
She told The Daily Star’s Wired column: I was in the hospital so at this point I was frustrated and to two she couldn’t get into a room with more than one.
“We wrote a lot of the album during COVID, so we were ready to record.”
Meanwhile, the Canadian-born star, working with a British songwriter on “Queen of Me,” explained that he always felt “less pressure” than in his home country, believing the audience was more “open-minded.” When she first burst onto the scene in the late 2000s, to country megastar Taylor Swift.
“I never did that. I didn’t know what I was going to be like, but I was very isolated from working in any kind of group environment, so I was open to it. Now, Having 4 or 5 people in the same room at the same time was like a brain shock.We loved it and we were finishing 2 or 3 songs in each session. There’s always been less pressure in the UK because you don’t have to worry about what’s going on.My role isn’t to make songs in a particular genre, it’s to make the best record I can make.At least for Taylor. I think they would have been more open-minded, she makes the music she wants to make.”