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Bae All Day: Paloma Ford

Paloma Ford- @PalomaFord

Today our Bae All Day is Paloma Ford, siren, songstress, and native Californian. We’re bringing you the full 411 on all things Paloma in our exclusive interview.

What was it like working with Macy Gray and what did you learn from that experience?

Macy was the most humble down to earth person. I was in awe of how incredibly talented she was. She taught me it was cool to be myself.

How would explain your sound and who would you say has had an influence on you?

I would describe my sound as sultry rhythm and bass vibes. My biggest influences on my particular sound would be Sade, Janet, Aaliyah.

It’s apparent you have singing and modeling down to an art. What other passions do you have that we haven’t seen yet?

I’m very interested in acting. I also want to get into more philanthropy work.

You always look amazing. Can you take us step by step through the Paloma Ford work out?

I am always super busy so I try to eat as healthy as possible, drink a lot of water, and maintain some type of consistent cardio. I have always been athletic. But being completely honest, I don’t stick to a certain workout. Sometimes I will hike 5 days out of the week, sometimes I’ll only go the gym. Other times I’ll take classes such as hot yoga or hot spin. I like anything extreme.

If you could perform with any artist dead or alive who would it be and why?

Everyone that knows me knows my answer is Tupac Shakur. I love his passion, confidence and fearlessness.

What advice would you give to a young artist following in your footsteps?

My advice to young artist is to always believe in self, trust the process, study the people that inspire you and learn to do as much as you can for yourself.

What is your favorite social media platform that you use and why?

I’m grateful for the exposure social media has given me as an independent artist but sometimes I wish I could solely focus on my craft and not worry about keeping up with social media. I feel like a lot of times it takes away the magic in what artists work so hard to create.

What’s up for you next? Any new exciting projects in the works?

You can definitely expect new music new visuals possible music documentary on my life, [I’m] working on designing some merchandise, and I also have an independent film in the works.


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