Grace Jones

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The Guide to Getting Into Grace Jones

With her androgynous aesthetic, boundary-pushing musicality and 50-year career, Jones burst open doors before other people could even see them.
Daisy Jones
8.2.18
Op-Eds

The New Grace Jones Film Is a Beautiful Lesson in How to Document Our Icons

‘Bloodlight and Bami’ takes a step back, breathes and allows the artist to speak for herself.
Daisy Jones
9.12.17
Noisey News

New Gorillaz Album to Feature Danny Brown, Vince Staples, D.R.A.M., According to Leaked Tracklist

Grace Jones and Pusha T also look likely to feature.
Alex Robert Ross
3.20.17
Premieres

Watch Atlanta Rapper Zé's Debut Video and Grace Jones Tribute "Telephone"

Just in time for Valentine's Day, we spoke to the artist about femininity, Erykah Badu, and playing into stereotypes.
Phil Witmer
2.15.17
Op-Eds

Grace Jones and the Power of Sex

Jones wrote about sex as if she simply could not, and would not, live without it. For that, we can thank her for every painted body, bondage scene and liberated nipple we see today.
Daisy Jones
1.9.17
festivals 2016

If You Missed Grace Jones at FYF Fest, You Screwed Up

This isn’t a comeback, because Grace Jones never left.
Katie Bain
8.31.16
festivals 2016

Slaves to the Rhythm: The Scenes and Sounds of FYF Fest Day 2

We caught knockout sets from Grace Jones, ANOHNI, LCD Soundsystem, Young Thug, Saves the Day, Rae Sremmurd, Father John Misty, and more.
Andrea Domanick
8.30.16
Style Stage

Fifteen Lessons Learned from Grace Jones's Autobiography 'I'll Never Write My Memoirs'

The singer-actress-model-muse recounts her halcyon days, throws shade at her imitators, and proves she's still a provocateur par excellence.
Eve Barlow
10.7.15
we saw this

Grace Jones: Original Afropunk

The art, pop, reggae, and new wave queen spends some time with her constituents at New York's Afropunk Fest.
Gary Suarez
8.24.15
Premieres

Here's a New Track from Grace Jones!

We're premiering the previously unheard "If You Wanna Be My Baby" from the remaster of 'Nightclubbing'.
Elissa Bradley
4.11.14