Yesterday, FKA Twigs finally released her highly anticipated, full length record entitled “LP1,” and we simply can’t bring ourselves to press the “Pause” button here at TheUrbanRealist office. The record follows FKA Twigs’ dark, sensual croonings we experienced on her last EP. But the dosage administered on LP1 is much more open and out-in-front vocally. Her intense, avant-styled sound bends and shifts the pop format as she sings about a noir-like side of attraction and sex. The record feels on the brink of eruption in places but maintains its potential dangerousness by droning through fierce, slowed-down bits of pseudo-R&B-esque delight. At this point in 2014, FKA Twigs has developed her own niche in creative-pop that harkens more to some of Kate Bush’s creative sensibilities than it does to the normative originality attempts seen in R&B or Pop. We encourage you all to buy FKA Twigs’ record LP1. It’s worth the $9.99 on iTunes.