Welcome to the fifth installment of Fuse's newest column, Then & Now! Throughout this interview series, we chat with some of your favorite artists from the '90s and early aughts about their careers' biggest highlights and what they're up to today. This week, we spoke to Sophie B. Hawkins.
We were first introduced to Sophie B. Hawkins in 1992, thanks to her debut album Tongues and Tails that featured one of her most successful singles to date—"Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover." Since then, the New York City native has released four more albums and classic songs like "Right Beside You" and "As I Lay Me Down" that dominated both the radio waves and our favorite '90s TV shows. Now, the singer is prepping the release of sixth studio LP and plans to perform the new songs during Pride Month celebrations in her hometown. Along with continuing to record music, she is also a mother of two, a longtime environmentalist and a supporter of the LGBTQ community.
Read on to see what Sophie B. Hawkins told Fuse about finding herself in music and life once again.