Alanis Morissette Says Radio Stations Used To Not Play ‘Jagged Little Pill’ If They Were Already Playing A Female Artist
Alanis Morissette speaks out about life as a female artist back in the 90s. The singer takes a look at a time where radio stations thought diversity didn't matter!
Alanis Morissette remembers a more challenging time
90's pop icon and female rockstar, Alanis Morissette remembers a time when radio stations wouldn't play Jagged Little Pill if they already had a female artist on queue.
Morissette appeared on This Morning to celebrate 25 years of Jagged Little Pill. It was during the interview that Morissette revealed radio stations were initially reluctant to play the record breaking album.
“Even when it was given to the radio, a lot of their reception was, ‘We’re already playing a female artist, we’re already playing Sinead O’Connor,'” Morissette said. “I got a lot of rejection beforehand.”
She goes on to talk more about postpartum depression, her emotions behind her music, and so much more.
Morissette is currently celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill with a world tour, and has released a new single, "Smiling".