Lauv sat down for an interview with Maxwell on #MostRequestedLive! He talked about new music and lots more.
On what it's like now that everyone knows his name:
"Incidentally, it's what I dreamed of doing when I was a kid. In the MySpace era, me and the bands I was in would play all these shows to zero people and tour around; my sister would drive us on tour. So yeah, it's crazy to go to places - like getting to go to Tokyo for the first time this year, and places like that, that I've wanted to go since I was a little kid. The fact that the shows are sold out and people are coming... it makes it real."
On if it's scary now that people are watching his every move:
"For me, it's not so much scary, but I think it's just holding myself to a high standard. Just trying to make sure I'm always doing things that are in line with what I believe. Both my parents are scientists, and my Mom is trying to cure HIV AIDS - she works in vaccine research - so I'm always trying to think from a standpoint of not doing things that are super self-serving, or trying to do less of that."
On "There's No Way" collaborator Julia Michaels:
"I'm just intimidated by her songwriting in general. I think, effortlessly she's the best songwriter in the world and she has the most beautiful and just effortless voice in the world. It's very true to her soul."
Listen to Lauv's full interview with Maxwell below.
Check out the video for Lauv's collaboration with Julia Michaels, "There's No Way," below.