On Thanksgiving Day, Diggy released the visual for his single "Honestly." The beautifully shot film, which accompanies the rap ballad, features a number of intimate scenes between Diggy and his beautiful co-star.We watch the young lovers take walks in the park (as autumn leaves fall), cuddle in bed, and brush their teeth together in the morning. Overall, the new video shows that Diggy is great at capturing a romantic moment and showing off a man's sensitive side. And last month, he also dropped the DJ Mustard-produced song “Ain’t Bout to Do” featuring French Montana.
Twigs's album LP1 was one of the nominees for the 2014 Mercury Prize.
In February 2015, she performed Congregata, a theatrical "coming together" and choreographed performance that visualised "the story of my life while making this album" at the Roundhouse in Camden London.
I like industrial sounds and incorporating everyday life's sounds like a car alarm." It's just because I'm mixed race.
When I first released music and no one knew what I looked like, I would read comments like: 'I've never heard anything like this before, it's not in a genre.' And then my picture came out six months later, now she's an R&B singer.
Whether you just got out of a relationship or have been single for months and are still checking your ex's Facebook page, Diggy's here to mend your broken heart for good.
We asked the "4 Letter Word" rapper how to get out of that post-breakup funk, plus some complicated matters: should you "unfriend" your ex on Facebook? Watch the video below to see what Diggy has to say!
The EP, stylised as M3LL155X, was released on 13 August 2015, containing all five tracks and accompanied by four videos, which were directed by Twigs herself, featuring pregnancy, sex dolls, vogueing and Rick Owens' wife Michele Lamy.
The title of the EP reads as "Melissa" and is named after the artist's "personal female energy".
In April 2015, it was confirmed that Twigs is engaged to actor and musician Robert Pattinson.
Besides social media, no medium gives us a more in-depth look at life in the spotlight than reality television.
The first singers who influenced FKA Twigs were Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Marvin Gaye.