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FKA Twigs (Tahliah Debrett Barnett) was born on 16 January, 1988 in Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, is an English singer and songwriter. Discover FKA Twigs's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 36 years old?

Popular As Tahliah Debrett Barnett
Occupation Singer,songwriter,record producer,director,dancer
Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 16 January, 1988
Birthday 16 January
Birthplace Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
Nationality United Kingdom

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FKA Twigs Net Worth

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On 24 April 2019, Twigs released her single, "Cellophane", her first release since "Good to Love" in 2016. In September 2019, Twigs announced her second album, co-produced with Nicolas Jaar, would be titled Magdalene, supported by second single "Holy Terrain" (featuring Future) on 9 September. On 7 October 2019, Twigs released a third single, "Home with You", and announced that the album would be delayed until 8 November. She also acted in the 2019 film Honey Boy.


Twigs appeared on A$AP Rocky's album Testing in 2018, featuring on the track "Fukk Sleep".

In May 2018, Twigs revealed via Instagram that she underwent surgery to remove fibroid tumors from her uterus in December 2017. She described her experience as "living with a fruit bowl of pain every day" and saluted the bravery of other women living with the condition.


On 18 February 2016, Twigs debuted a new song and music video titled "Good to Love". The song premiered at Soundtrack 7, her seven-day residency at Manchester International Festival that took place in July 2015. She also performed the song on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on 24 February 2016. On 9 July 2016, Twigs debuted a new stage show called "Radiant Me²" at Moscow's Lastochka Festival, where she unveiled three previously unheard songs.

In August 2016, the dance film Soundtrack 7 was premiered. Directed by Twigs, the film was created, performed and filmed on-site across seven days at Manchester International Festival in 2015.


On 15 May 2015, on her official Instagram account, she posted a picture of men posing with jackets on that had an image of Twigs' face from the "Papi Pacify" video with Twigs captioning the pic "coming soon... <3", hinting at either FKA Twigs merchandise or EP3's alleged release in the summer. During an interview with Complex magazine released in June, she stated that she had changed the title of the EP to "Melissa", and that it would be released within two months. She confirmed it would include the songs "Glass & Patron", "Mothercreep", "I'm Your Doll", "Figure 8", and "In Time". 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".


Her debut studio album, LP1, was released in August 2014 to critical acclaim, peaking at number 16 on the UK Albums Chart and number 30 on the US Billboard 200. It was later nominated for the 2014 Mercury Prize. She released the M3LL155X EP in 2015 to further critical acclaim, as well as her second studio album Magdalene four years later. Her work has been described as "genre-bending", drawing on various genres including electronic music, trip hop, R&B, and avant-garde.

In April 2014, Twigs appeared on the cover of The Fader for its 91st issue. She then directed and starred in the music video for "Ouch Ouch" by rapper Lucki Eck$. She also produced the track. She began writing for her debut studio album during a period of "self-hatred", which she considers "quite normal" for a young person. Twigs's debut studio album, LP1, was released in August through Young Turks. Time magazine gave the album a positive review, saying that Twigs has "made that transition to one of the most compelling and complex acts in R&B." Twigs then announced a world tour starting on 2 October at The Dome in Brighton, East Sussex and ending on 3 December in Orlando, Florida at The Social.

In August 2014, Twigs was signed to London-based production company Academy Films as part of their A+ roster. She has since uploaded three videos on 20 August to her YouTube Channel which she directed: a video titled "Wet Wipez", starring the London dance crew of the same name, a video titled "tw-ache", which is a remix of the EP1 song "Ache", and a video for the Lucki Eck$ track "Ouch Ouch", which she also produced.

In September 2014, LP1 was revealed as one of the nominees for the 2014 Mercury Prize. The same month, Twigs performed on BBC's Later... with Jools Holland. In October, a video for "Video Girl" was released, as well as an advert for Google Glass which Twigs directed. Twigs made her US television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on 4 November.

On 7 November 2014, producer Boots announced he was working with Twigs on her third EP. The video for "Glass & Patron", the first song released from the EP, was posted Twigs's official YouTube channel on 23 March 2015. It was directed by Twigs. 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.

The first singers who influenced Twigs were Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Marvin Gaye. When she started composing songs, she wanted to reproduce music she liked: "every bit of music that I made sounded like a pastiche of Siouxsie and the Banshees or Adam Ant. But through that I discovered myself". In an interview after being shortlisted for the 2014 Mercury Prize, Twigs cited Germfree Adolescents by X-Ray Spex as her favourite album of all time.

In September 2014, Twigs began dating actor Robert Pattinson. They were rumoured to be engaged, but never publicly confirmed it. The couple split in the summer of 2017.


In August 2012, Twigs was photographed for the cover of i-D magazine. She became known as Twigs for the way her joints crack. She added the initialism FKA to her name when a duo called The Twigs, consisting of two twin sisters complained about her use of the name. Several sources have claimed that the "FKA" stands for "Formerly Known As", but Twigs has said in multiple interviews that the letters do not stand for anything in particular: "[I]t’s just a collection of letters. I was gonna be like FK1 Twigs…or AFK Twigs…I just wanted a selection of letters that sounded quite kind of masculine and strong. FKA just worked. It doesn’t stand for anything, it’s just capital letters."

Twigs self-released her music debut, EP1 (also called "twigs"), on Bandcamp on 4 December 2012. She posted a video for each song on her YouTube channel. In August 2013, Twigs released the video for her first single, "Water Me", on YouTube. The video was directed by Jesse Kanda. That same month The Guardian profiled Twigs for their "New Band of the Day" feature, describing her as "the UK's best example to date of ethereal, twisted R&B." Twigs's second extended play, EP2, was released through the Young Turks record label in September. It was produced by Twigs and Arca. Pitchfork gave EP2 a rating of 8/10. In December, she was nominated for the BBC's Sound of 2014 prize, and she was chosen by Spotify for their Spotlight on 2014 list. Twigs was then featured on Billboard's 14 Artists to Watch in 2014.


At 16, Barnett started making music in youth clubs. At 17, she moved to South London to pursue a career as a dancer. She worked as a backup dancer in music videos by artists such as Kylie Minogue, Plan B, Ed Sheeran, Taio Cruz, Dionne Bromfield, Jessie J, and Wretch 32. She was a backup dancer for Jessie J in her 2010 video for "Do It like a Dude", and appeared again in her 2011 video for "Price Tag". She also appeared in Dionne Bromfield's video "Yeah Right". In 2011, she appeared in a two-minute BBC comedy sketch titled Beyoncé Wants Groceries, in which she was a backup dancer in a supermarket. At 18, she began working with local London producers to try to find what she calls "her sound". Around the time is when she wrote "I'm Your Doll". She ended up producing a lot of "really bad demos".


Tahliah Debrett Barnett (born 16 January 1988), known professionally as FKA Twigs (stylised as FKA twigs), is an English singer and songwriter. Raised in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, she became a backup dancer after moving to South London when she was 17 years old. She made her musical debut with the extended plays EP1 (2012) and EP2 (2013).