FKA Twigs releases her latest hit ‘Don’t Judge Me’ collaborating with Headie One and Fred Again. Watch the video from down below.

The 33-year-old singer who released this song on Tuesday, shared a clip on Instagram. “so proud to release don’t judge me into the world. this project is very personal and special to me,” the singer wrote alongside an image and a video clip of the song.

“it was an honour to shoot with kara walkers fountain exploring the interconnection of black history between africa, america and europe,” she continued. “thank you to everyone for making don’t judge me come to life.”

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FKA Twigs releases this son from her album Gang, which released on April 3, 2020.

Watch Offcial Music Video of ‘Don’t Judge Me’

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Criticism from fans

FKA Twigs faces lots of racist criticism from fans after having an affair with her ex-fiancé Robert Pattinson.

Talking to BBC in an interview, the singer shared the horrific experience she had to face due to her relationship with ex-fiancé Robert Pattinson.

“It was really, really deeply horrific and I think it was at a time where I felt like I couldn’t really talk about it,” the ‘MAGDALENE’ himaker shared.

I feel like if I was going through it now, I would be able to talk about it and do some good with it,” she continued. “But I don’t know whether it was because of my age or because of the social climate or being Black and from Cheltenham and from a low-income family, and having to genuinely work twice as hard at everything I do to get a seat at the table.

The singer says she really worked hard to become successful, although the “people called me the most hurtful and ignorant and horrible names on the planet”.

“He was their white Prince Charming and I think they considered that he should definitely be with someone white and blonde and not me,” Twigs added.


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