3x-GRAMMY Award-winning, Platinum-selling superstar Lizzo made an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Monday night to tease eagerly-awaited new music; her upcoming single “About Damn Time” is due April 14th at 6 pm ET, with pre-saves available now.
Lizzo has also announced she’ll be pulling double duty on Saturday Night Live, slated as both the show’s host and musical guest on April 16th. Her Amazon Prime show Watch Out For The Big Grrrls is due this Friday, March 25th. The diversity-focused reality TV show highlights Lizzo’s emotional search for her next backup dancer.
Lizzo has become a household name with well over 6 billion global streams and a Platinum-selling debut album to date. She released her Nice Life Recording Company/Atlantic Records debut album CUZ I LOVE YOU on April 19th, 2019, debuting at #6 on the SoundScan/Billboard 200 albums chart and spending 24 consecutive weeks in the chart’s Top 10.
Lizzo breaking barriers
“Truth Hurts” also became the longest-running #1 by a solo female rap artist in history after spending seven weeks atop the charts. With anthemic smash hits like the 7x Platinum “Truth Hurts,” the 4x Platinum “Good As Hell,” the 2x Platinum “Juice,” and the Platinum “Tempo (Feat. Missy Elliott)” already under her belt, Lizzo released yet another smash with the now Gold-certified “Rumors.”
Since the release of the meteoric CUZ I LOVE YOU, Lizzo has been named both TIME Magazine and Entertainment Weekly‘s “2019 Entertainer of the Year” as well as gracing the covers of:
- Rolling Stone
- Billboard‘s GRAMMY® Preview Issue
- British Vogue, Elle‘s Women In Music Issue
Additionally, Lizzo kicked off 2020 with a show-stopping opening performance at the 62nd Annual GRAMMY® Awards and took home three big wins, in addition to being the most-nominated artist of the year.
2020 also saw her win the awards for “Best Female R&B/Pop Artist” at the 2020 BET Awards and both “Entertainer of the Year” and “Outstanding Video” at the 2020 NAACP Awards. Her list of high-profile TV performances also includes the 2019 American Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, BET Awards and Saturday Night Live, in addition to in-depth profiles on CBS This Morning‘s GRAMMY® primetime special and CBS Sunday Morning.