Since her hiatus from the music world, Christina Millian has married, become a mother, divorced, started a swimwear line, and got a hosting gig on NBC’s The Voice. Now, as the newest member of Young Money, Millian is pumped and ready to get back into the music game.
As a guest on Big Boy’s Neighborhood Radio Show, Millian talked about what it’s like being apart of YMCMB, a label that has a reputation of letting artists be themselves. “Wayne just gets his artists. I have a one-on-one relationship with everybody, from Mac to Wayne. They’re just very involved with the project,” she dished.
When it comes to hearing a single from her Cash Money debut, the “Dip It Low,” singer said she hopes to have one chosen and ready to debut by the end of this season of The Voice. But it’s all about picking the perfect single; the wrong song can make or break a musical comeback. “It’s been a minute since I’ve been out musically, so I do not wanna fail, I don’t believe in failure,” Christina said.
Check out her full interview with Big Boy.