Singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka thanks singer Adele for helping him figure out how to perform well.
He was a supporting actor for Adele when he started his career in 2011 and said he would see the singer “sing from his heart”.
Michael opened up on the subject when he spoke about the BBC Radio 6 Music Festival’s flagship show.
“The first concert took place in Oslo. I walked in our Vauxhall Zafira car, acoustic guitars on my back, and she sings “Rolling in the deep”. You can hear it go through the walls and you say to yourself, “I must continue!” “It was scary, but amazing because I watched the whole set every night and found out that she was sort of going to her house. She really sang with her heart. And I was like, “OK, you can be shy and have a good sound,” he said, femalefirst.co.uk reported.
He added that he suffers from impostor syndrome and sometimes feels suffocated.
“Sometimes I find it overwhelming and I find it all scary and I wonder if I’m good enough or if I can keep up.” It’s like impostor syndrome. It’s the same self-doubt or doesn’t match what I’ve had my whole life, ”he said.
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