A rare interview with the lowkey legend about 1999's “Ghetto Children,” the first track N.E.R.D. ever appeared on.
Trusted hairstylist Anthony Dickey talks about Kelis's creativity and cutting her hair in bathroom on the set of the "Bossy" video.
Collaborator Todd Simon explains how the funk-inspired album came together.
The Harlem-born singer and chef explains the importance of being true and nurturing your natural talents.
10 artists and collaborators hone in on what makes Kelis so unique.
On the 2010 album, her experimentalist tendencies crystallized over production by David Guetta, Boys Noize, Tocadisco, and Benny Benassi.
Hydration is the key to her natural glow.
A roundup of our favorites from her legendary catalog of duets and features.
The incomparable star’s always done things her way, even off the track.
The engineer for Kelis, The Neptunes, N.E.R.D., Clipse, and more remembers the recording of Kelis’s sophomore album Wanderland.
The now-legendary artist Kelis in some serious Y2K fits.
In honor of Kelis Week, we rounded up our favorite clips of the chameleonic star doing what she does best: owning everything.