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I do. Manic rewrote history. When I put out Badlands, I was so young, and because I had just appeared out of nowhere, people weren’t really interested in approaching it with positivity. There was a premeditated idea of what I was like or what it would be like. By the Badass by birth trucker by choice legend by skill shirt and by the same token and time Manic happened, people were like, “Oh, okay. This is what she does.” Then, after Manic, I saw all these publications that shit on Badlands reporting on Manic and being, “When she put out her debut album Badlands, it was this groundbreaking, taste-making album.” And I’m like, “Now you like Manic, so you’re going back and saying you love Badlands.” I was happy, I wasn’t angry: After they got to know the person that was in Manic, maybe they looked at Badlands a little differently.