Presenting a week-long takeover with all things Kelis, as the legendary artist guest edits the site with some of her favourite things.
Welcome to the Kelis guest edit here on gal-dem, a week of editorial curated by a living legend.
Check back in over the next few days to find out more about her favourite reads, Instagram pages, hobbies and recipes, with conversations about everything from Black hair history to the work of Octavia Butler. Plus, we asked some of our favourite writers to get into Kelis’ style and artistry.
We’re so excited to share this with you. Hopefully you enjoy this ‘tasty’ week (I’m so sorry) and join us in giving Kelis her flowers.
You can check in here for all the Kelis guest edit items as they come in through the week.
As a young Black girl who in many ways did not fit in, I saw Kelis as a way out – a version of myself I could be in 10 years time.
What’s on Kelis’ phone screen when she’s scrolling on Instagram? Kyle Ring’s archive of photographs celebrating the beauty and diversity of POC tresses.
For Kelis’ guest edit, the artist shares four ways for a more sustainable future
As part of Kelis’ guest edit, we speak to Black British readers to discuss her favourite author, Octavia Butler.
On her fifth album, Kelis’ catharsis became communal. Flesh Tone is a record that shows originality has always been the artist’s calling card.
Given her new track is called Midnight Snacks, we couldn't resist asking the artist for some of her favourite late night eat recipes.
To kick off our Kelis guest edit, the singer talks us through her new song Midnight Snacks and the art of being carefree
Welcome to a week-long takeover with all things Kelis, as the legendary artist guest edits the site with some of her favourite things.