Those who follow Ware on social media or on her podcast Table Manners was a smash hit that has now spawned a live show and a book recipes), you’ll know she has a wicked sense of humor. Still, while many other aspects of Ware’s personality were able to shine through on her first few records—her introspection, her tight-knit family life, her curiosity about experiences beyond her own—hearing her Unleashing unbridled passion, it’s still refreshing to have fun that used to linger just below the surface. “I think we touched on [humor] with What’s Your Pleasure?
,” she said. “But I think we’re definitely taking it to another level with this.
“Of course, I want people to take my music seriously, but I don’t want to take myself too seriously Heavy,” she continued. “I think it has a time and a place, and I wanted to document the light and shadow. I wanted to be humorous, but there’s a very serious track out there called “Hello Love.” I just want it to show different sides of my personality, right? ’
So which side of her personality does she show on a song like Pearls? giggles. “I mean, I don’t sing that song every day at home, I can tell you. That would just ruin my kid’s ears. But I like it because it’s charming, funny, and sensual. Lyrics: “I work 9 to 5, I’m a lady, a lover, a freak, a mother” – I am all these things, I wear All these hats, for which I am very grateful. ’ Ware pauses, then continues: ‘I don’t take myself too seriously, but I take my job seriously, and I do it with ambition and energy. I want it to be fun, I want it to be infectious, I want it to be vibrant. This is my life now and I like it so I want to spread the word. “