Lucky Blue Smith and Troye Sivan cover V Magazine alongside Taylor Hill and Kacy Hill in issue V103, on stands September 1.
The four rising stars in music and modeling opened up about social media, their success and some of their biggest achievements. Check it:
Troye Sivan on his success: “The fact that everything is happening the way it is, it sends me into giggles. Like, the fact that I woke up last week and was like, ‘Oh, I just need to quickly fly across the country to do a photo shoot with Mario Testino and then fly back to play a show’ – I don’t know how else to process it but to laugh. Sometimes it feels like I’m in Zoolander. I went to the Billboard Awards, I was backstage, and Rihanna just casually walked by. I was like, What the fuck? Hilarious.”
Taylor Hill on not letting social media rule her life: “I’ve just learned to be myself. Social media is a huge part of my life, but I don’t post a steady rhythm of pictures. I don’t post at a certain time of day to get the most views. You learn to live your life with it.”
Lucky Blue Smith on his band, The Atomics: “Music for us was the biggest priority but modeling took off faster than we expected. So, that’s taken the lead for a little bit, but we’ve been writing and practicing the whole time.”
Kacy Hill on performing at Madison Square Garden: “I had a moment looking out at the audience. It was surreal. I realized how badly I want to be an artist and how badly I want people to feel the same way about my music. It was like, I really want this, for myself.”
You can meet Troye and Taylor during a signing at V Magazine in NYC on August 25 from 5 to 6 PM.
For more from Troye, Taylor, Lucky Blue and Kacy, visit VMagazine.com.