Victoria Justice Talks Transition from ‘Victorious’ to ‘Solo Artist’
Victoria Justice is already a huge name in the tween scene -- every week, tons of kids tune in to her Nickelodeon show 'Victorious' and are unable to look at anything else for the following half hour. However, Justice is now getting more and more attention for her solo career, specifically in music.
Wetpaint recently caught up with Justice at a Teen Vogue fashion week event, and the 18-year-old singer/actress was super excited to discuss her songwriting. “It’s going great," Justice told Wetpaint of her music.
"We just released the 'Victorious' soundtrack, so I’m focusing on that right now. I’m writing a lot of music for myself, whenever I have free time -- it’s just that my schedule has been so crazy. But I’m really excited to show people who I am as a solo artist, outside of the show."
Justice's show 'Victorious' was also nominated for a Creative Arts Emmy award for Outstanding Children's Program. At the time of the interview, the 'Best Friend's Brother' songstress had just attended a series of events in conjunction with the Emmys, and even though 'Victorious' didn't win, she had plenty of positive things to say about the TV show's nod.
"It was incredible," she said. "It was an honor to be nominated. We didn’t win, but just to be there was enough. It was crazy because I left on a red-eye right after the Emmys to come here to New York, so it’s been kind of a whirlwind."
Stay tuned with PopCrush for more details on Justice's upcoming debut album.