Leon Rhymes says that what happened in Coyote Ugly’s collection twenty years ago was ‘my introduction to sex and being sexually abused as a woman’
Incredibly, it has been 20 years since the horrific female power film Coyote Ugly hit movie theaters.
To mark the occasion, singer Leon Rhymes recalls the experience that helped create the film, for which he presented four songs and appeared at the climax.
In a chat Entertainment tonight, The country star, 38, walking into the movie gallery – when he was 17 – worked on the fast track of ‘sexual introduction’.
Coyote Beautiful: Singer Leon Rhymes recalls the experience that helped create the 2000 film Coyote Ugly, for which he presented four songs and appeared at the climax; Found on Instagram
‘I’m 17. I’m … this little sweet innocent girl, then … I’m walking in, they hand me these chicken cutlets to put in my bra, they said about the “push me up” experience.
Rhymes recalled the film starring Tyra Banks and Bridget Moynahan.
‘It was impressive. This was very shocking to the organization. I was a kid watching these women go and say, “I’ll do what she does.” Nothing really packed in, ” Leon said of his performance at the time.
‘I’m 17. I’m … this little sweet innocent girl, then … I’m walking in, they hand me these chicken cutlets to put in my bra, they said about singing in the movie “Push M Up”
He continued: ‘I tried to perform at a bar as this sexy singer, and it was quite the opposite for me. I was really active at the time because I was still finding out about myself.
However, ‘Now, if you put me on a bar, this is a different story … Now with all my music, I have many more experiences from living these songs. I am 38 years old now and it comes from a completely different place … I get it from my own life experiences. ‘
Although the Coyote’s ugly experience was ‘very shocking to the computer’, Leon did not look back at that time in a negative light.
In fact, she thinks its time ‘appropriate’.
‘Until then they wanted to keep my image very innocent,’ the Grammy winner said of his handlers at the time. ‘I was like“ da da ”- the chains of a teenage girl were broken. It is relevant. ‘
Everyone grew up: ‘Now, if you put me on a bar, this is a different story … Now with all my music, I have many more experiences from living these songs’
The film and especially the hit single Conte Fight The Moonlight were removed from its soundtrack, putting the rhymes on a major track.
Now, two decades after the release of Coyote Ugly, Rhymes marks the event with the release of the memoix of the four songs he recorded for the film’s soundtrack.
“The music really resonates with people this time around and they gave it to their daughters,” he noted.
‘There’s something about this. So, I’m happy to take the four songs I did for the film and re-release them, as a memoir, as a dance mix, which gives me more of an approach than I did the first time. ‘
Two decades have now passed since the release of Coyote Ugly: Rhymes marks the event in the megamix release of songs he recorded for the film’s soundtrack; Seen in January
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