Meet Tabitha Nauser, the latest star of our Meet the Muse series. The singer, based in Singapore City, has dropped her debut release "BULLETPROOF", on the 17th of February - listen to that below. Tabitha wears labels from the likes of OFF-WHITE, Christian Dada, Nike Acronym, Louis Vuitton, and more. She also just dropped a new single titled "Bulletproof", which you can listen to below via Spotify.

We asked Tabitha a handful of questions in order to get to know her a little more. See what she had to say below and check out our previous installment with Jennifer Abeyratne.

What skill do you possess that people wouldn’t expect from you?

I'm fairly good at communicating in Mandarin Chinese.

Where do you want to be in the next five years?

Touring around the world, performing sold-out shows.

What’s the best part about your job?

That it doesn’t feel like a job.

Do you ever get nervous? If so, how do you combat it?

I think it’s inevitable; the mixture of adrenaline and anxiousness before performing. But I also think it’s a good feeling to have because it makes you want to make sure that you prepare yourself to the fullest. So that’s what I do - lot’s of prep, lots of rehearsals.

If you could sing a duet with anyone alive or dead, who would it be and why?

Nat King Cole, mainly because i have such fond childhood memories of my Granddad singing along to “Unforgettable” and “L.O.V.E.".

Describe your current style.

Ahh... Street Glam? Which is a hybrid of streetwear and high fashion.

What was the thing that first got you interested in fashion?

Interestingly enough, sneakers.My very first pair of sneakers were the Jordan 12 Taxi’s which I got as a gift for my birthday when I was about 4 or 5 years old. That opened the door for me. Fast forward to 2011 and that’s when I really started racking up my sneaker count.

If you weren’t in your current city, where would you live? (also why?)

Probably anywhere with four seasons. We only get sun (which I never complain about) and rain (which I always complain about) here in Singapore.

Who is the film character you’re most like?

Gil Pender from Midnight in Paris.

After a hard day, what’s the best way to unwind?

A good documentary, french fries or milk tea with pearls (bubble tea).

What album do you currently have on repeat?

DROGAS Light by Lupe Fiasco.

What is something you hope to achieve professionally and personally by the end of 2017? Professionally: To perform my first overseas show this year. Personally: To learn a new language.

Last lesson you learned? Some things may be out of my control, but I don’t ever have to take it sitting down.

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