The model and face of Rimmel talks beauty and beats.
There is no denying that Georgia May Jagger has music in her DNA. But when reports surfaced that Mick's daughter had recorded a few tracks with Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse, we got our hopes up that the coolest ever supermodel band had formed. So will we ever actually get to hear their songs?
"Probably not," laughed the Roberto Cavalli-clad Jagger when we caught up with her at the Delete Blood Cancer Gala in N.Y.C, where she was global ambassador for the cause. "We weren't trying to make a record or anything like that. It was super casual and done on a laptop a few years ago actually."
But that doesn't mean she won't follow in dad footsteps at some point. "I would probably do something like country rap, similar to Nelly, because I love the mix of those two sounds," she says. "I'm always listening to divas like Dolly Parton, with '90s rap, like Lil' Kim. And I'm really good at remembering lyrics."
Music aside, Jagger, who is a face of Rimmel London, has also learned a thing or two from mom, Jerry Hall. "She used to do her own makeup in her early modeling days and she's still really good at it," says Jagger. "She taught me to experiment with color and not be afraid to do it on both your eyes and lips. Right now, I'm loving brown-colored lipsticks and stains."