You're not by yourself if, upon Thursday, a person assumed the vocalist should have also been paying sleepless nights devouring Suzanne Collins' " Hunger Games " trilogy.
"Girl on Fire"? Come upon - obvious reference to Katniss Everdeen, right? Yeah . not so much.
When Entertainment Weekly expected Keys in case your girlfriend name possessed everything to complete with all the books as well as the film adaptations, your songstress revealed that will no, the idea doesn't, however , not for lack of trying.
"It was such a distress any time I over heard about 'The Hunger Games ' - I was not conscious of the reserve at this point. And I did not know that, I guess, that is certainly what these people contact usually the one girl," Keys said. "So many of us tried out quite difficult to make the idea function along with placed this track in - and that can put aspects of just what I appeared to be developing in by using your movie. Anyway, naturally the item became available way too early, consequently this moment had not been right. But no, there are absolutely nothing related to 'The Hunger Games .'"
Instead, it's just a reference to "that highly effective feeling," Keys said, noting that that "album signifies a brand new me in every single way."
Understandable, given that Keys is in addition a rather new mama , whom your lover thinks about likely have for making a new Blue Ivy-esque cameo over a song one such days - and also even company up considering the Knowles-Carter progeny.
When EW joked about the potential of an Blue Ivy/Egypt album, Keys responded along with a laugh, "I'm revealing to you, I believe that they are going to have got a large future."