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Actor and singer Zendaya has not ruled out the possibility of reviving her music career eventually. The `Challengers` star recently appeared on The Jennifer Hudson Show and was asked about her previous music releases, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“I love music, and it`s something that`s been special to me,” said Zendaya. “I think being in the music industry, maybe it didn`t kill the joy of music, but it`s when you put music and business together. Sometimes it cannot feel so good.”

Zendaya released her debut self-titled album in 2013, which included the breakthrough track `Replay`. And, while she has prioritised her acting career above music in recent years, she hinted that if the “right timing” comes, she may release something again.

“You know, I think if the right timing and it came, because I like creating it for myself, but if there was a moment, maybe I would, you know, put out a little something,” the Euphoria actress said before reminding fans: “Don`t get crazy! We`ll see, but maybe one day.”

Though she hasn`t recorded any new music in several years, she has collaborated on tunes with other musicians, notably Labrinth, who scored the smash HBO drama `Euphoria`.

In addition to her conversation with Hudson, Zendaya discussed her surprise presence during Labrinth`s set at Coachella last year to sing renditions of “I`m Tired” and “All For Us.”

The `Dune: Part Two` star called the musician “so talented” and a “wonderful person,” but revealed that she initially turned down his offer to perform at the music festival. “He asked me if I wanted to come out and perform and immediately I was like `Oh, absolutely not.` I was like, `I can`t do that,`” Zendaya recalled, noting that she had too much “stage fright.”

“I have bad memories of performing live when I was a kid,” she explained, but added that she eventually convinced herself to do it, saying she “can`t run from this forever.”

Coachella ended up marking Zendaya`s first live performance in more than seven years, as per The Hollywood Reporter.

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