We’re still reeling from Carla Morrison’s gorgeously intricate 2015 album Amor Supremo, a record whose haunting grandeur signaled a new level of artistry from the Mexican singer-songwriter. Since the record dropped last year, Morrison has toured across the U.S., collaborated with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and released a bundle of expertly produced music videos for “Vez Primera” and “Azúcar Morena.” She recently caught up with Zane Lowe as part of Apple Music’s Beats 1 Latino initiative, where she dished about her Buddhism and her mission to challenge stereotypes of Mexican womanhood in the music industry. Morrison even revealed a new single dropping in November, and discussed the documentary she is filming about her journey as an independent artist.

Stream the full conversation on Beats 1 below.