In a new video, for the cheerful, lighthearted song “All Day," singer/dancer DaniLeigh embraces her community and playfully shakes the stress off. The clip is the latest from her Summer With Friends project; in it, she pays homage to her heritage by wearing a Dominican flag bandana and dancing at the always-lively Dominican barbershop. The Los Angeles-based, South Florida-born artist, who directed Prince's "Breakfast Can Wait" at only 18, shows off her skills in various dance routines.
You brought your food truck to Camp Flog Gnaw this year and you also performed. What was it like to blend cooking and performing together at the festival? Iâ€™ve done that before, and itâ€™s definitely one of those things where in the midst of it it's torturous because it's really hard to do. But before and after, I always think it was a great idea. [Laughs] Afterwards Iâ€™m like, That was dope, Iâ€™m really glad I did that. But in the middle of it Iâ€™m just like, This is a horrible idea.
KELIS: Well, I don’t use soap on my face, that’s the first thing. I think that’s the one consistent thing I’ve done for the past 20 years. It’s because I’m super dry. I might wash my face with an actual cleanser — it sounds crazy — but maybe like once a month. I can’t do it. Every time I do it, I’m way too dry. Moisture for me is the key to everything. I am moisture crazy. I’m obsessed with collagen lately. I mean, like, obsessed. I have collagen products of all kinds. I love trying new products.
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