These days, if you’re a musician who’s not on the Internet, you should probably rethink your career path, and maybe a few other basic elements about being a human in modern society. Everyone is on the Internet, but very few have carved out a lane as distinct as Abra, a New York-born singer-songwriter and producer in her early 20s who gets down with Atlanta hitmakers Awful Records. In the past year, this up-and-coming star has logged road time with singer-rapper D.R.A.M. and fellow singer-songwriter Empress Of, but these days she’s got her head buried in a computer, producing the follow-up album to last summer’s excellent Rose LP. A few weeks ago, I spoke with Abra to discuss her dizzying rise to fame, the current crop of talent bubbling over in Atlanta, and how the Internet is ruining her life.