Singer Sam Smith is the lead figure in the upcoming issue of British magazine NME, where he made some revelations about his miseries and pride for been a Gaey since he was 10.
Read 10 things The ‘Stay with me’ hitmaker explained in the issue which will be available free in the UK from Friday, October 23…
1. I’ve had an amazing life, but I think I was born with a little bit of sadness in me.
2. I’ve always been attracted to those things, whether it’s sad movies, sad music…
3. When you’re sad, you feel everything in a greater way than you do when you’re happy.
4. I’m a vulnerable, sensitive person. I overthink everything.
5. I’m insanely self-conscious about my body, about my music, about everything in my life, and that self-consciousness is what’s keeping my feet on the ground at the moment.
6. I’m thankful for my sadness
I’m a Gaey man who came out when I was 10 years old, and there’s nothing in my life that I’m prouder of.
8. I want to be a figure in the Gaey community, who speaks for Gaey men.
9. I sell records in countries where Gaey men get killed and that’s a big thing for me.
10. I wanted anyone, Gaey or straight, to be able to relate to me singing about men.