Entertainer dazzles in second of three Brooklyn shows.
It wasn't until the very end of the show that FKA twigs broke out of character (after her final number "How's That?") to speak with the crowd. Given the ambience of the production, it would have probably been odd had the electro-R&B singer spoke a second earlier. And to our surprise, she seemed sorta timid and everything you wouldn't expect based off the intensity of her performance.
During the chat, FKA spoke a little bit about the thought behind "Congregata" and also gave some deserving shine to her dancers. After all, they were her actual friends and closest collaborators she's known since she was 17-years-old instead of, you know, a batch of hired dancers. It was that sort of intimate chatter that you needed, because let's face it, "Congregata" was a gradually moving show that intensified as she went through cut after cut. You needed the break. By time FKA wrapped things up and left the stage, the cool misty atmosphere of Brooklyn Hangar was gone and the venue felt more like sweltering sauna.
So what's a girl to do once she's finished performing in front of thousands of people? Hit the merchandise table for some autographs and photos, of course. If you haven't already guessed it, FKA twigs has an extremely good grasp of her musical vision, performance art, and, most importantly, her fans.
Check out FKA twigs work her stuff at her “Congregata" show below!