We were gifted with the presence of your new favorite popstar, Nina Nesbitt, on this week’s special interview edition of Name 3 Songs. The Scottish songstress joined us to discuss her journey with feminism, her personal experience of rising from the ashes of being dropped from a label and coming back stronger and so much more.
Nina Nesbitt is truly a force to be reckoned with and we are so thankful we got to interview her during this incredibly exciting point in her life. With the release of her latest album Alskar, Nina tackles heavy subjects about growing up. With songs focusing on some of our favorite media tropes to discuss such as the popstar glassbox, older men with power dating teen girls and the pressure to start a family and have your life in order before you’re 30.
If you want to check out Nina’s music and socials, you can find her on Spotify, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube
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Sources for INTERVIEW: Nina Nesbitt, “it’s like I had the male perspective of what feminism was until I grew up & learned more”
How Nina Nesbitt fought the pop machine and found herself (BBC, Mark Savage, 2019)
Nina Nesbitt is having her coming-of-age moment (The Line of Best Fit, Sophie Walker, June 2022)
Nina Nesbitt Opens Up About Being Dropped from Her Label at 20—And How It Helped Her Find Her Real Voice (Marie Claire, Kayleigh Roberts, February 2019)
Nina Nesbitt – Trousers (YouTube)
Nina Nesbitt looks every inch a beach babe in mismatched bikini as she soaks up the rays in Barbados with her family (DailyMail, 2014)
Nina Nesbitt got out of her own head by writing for other artists (Nylon, Allison Stubblebine, 2019)
DailyMail article she’s photographed in from 2022