FKA Twigs answers fans’ questions about new album

Also picks out her favourite Kanye track and her most memorable moments

FKA Twigs took part in an impromptu Twitter Q&A session yesterday (November 3), answering fans’ questions about the prospect of a new album.

The ‘Papi Pacify’ star released ‘EP2’ in 2013, with her debut album ‘LP1’ being released in 2014, followed by last year’s EP ‘M3LL155X’. This year she released single ‘Good to Love’ but is yet to announce any details of a follow up album.

One fan tweeted ‘when are we getting the album and or track list?’ with FKA Twigs replying ‘not for a while <3’. Another wrote ‘lp2 next year?’ to which she replied ‘no <3’.

The artist also revealed that her favourite Kanye West track is ‘Jesus Walks’; she falls asleep listening to Indian classical music and that she began writing music when she was eight-years-old.

She also revealed that she wrote 2016’s ‘Good to Love’ “in an hour and worked on production for 6 months”. When asked what the biggest thing she has learnt this year is, FKA Twigs replied, “that’s a big question i guess this year i’ve really learnt not to take it personally when people project their insecurities <3”.

Last month, FKA Twigs opened up about past relationship troubles, revealing that she thinks ’emotional abuse can be tender‘.

The singer, model and dancer – who is currently in a relationship with ‘Twilight’ star Robert Pattinson – gave a new interview to ES Magazine, in which she spoke about the meaning of the ‘Papi Pacify’ video, where a man sticks his fingers down her throat among other scenes that suggest Twigs is being abused.

“In the relationship I couldn’t communicate,” she said of a past relationship. “The person I was with was stopping me from explaining how I felt. So the physical manifestation is someone putting their hand in your mouth.”

She continued: “But there’s an element, too, of liking that as well. It’s messed up. It’s addictive.

“It’s kind of sexy, like emotional abuse can be tender. That’s why it’s messed up,” Twigs added. “If you are in an emotionally abusive relationship, it can be tender, that’s why you stay. And you stay because there’s a poorly part of your mind that likes it.”