Meet Music’s Enigmatic Poetic Couple, Florence & Benjamin Clementine | British Vogue & Gucci



time runs differently in this place at night the moon upstages the Sun how long have you been standing there for we wanted to be somewhere just not with humans I think it can feel wild out here the London is the jungle we left it together in fact it was here in Topanga the Florence and I decided to settle but this house it's not my house these cloves not my clothes these hands Benjamin and Florence it's so great to have you on the show do you in a relationship one is always chasing the other somehow living in solitude makes you confront things some things you could otherwise forget and some you can't can you ever know what they're thinking I mean what they're really thinking we're too close I can't focus no man can be an island what's my time we found a friend let's do it okay [Applause] you

14 thoughts on “Meet Music’s Enigmatic Poetic Couple, Florence & Benjamin Clementine | British Vogue & Gucci

  1. This guy looks very much 100% Senegalese or Congolese, sometimes it make me sad to watch people loosing their identity and culture and worse they are not curious to look back and learn more about their roots instead they were raised to forget who they are, they try to fit and follow others culture so to please, to be accepted, granted, get validated and praised in other way perhaps that was their only way to get an entry and be valued

  2. This is visually one of the most stunning things I’ve seen in a while. Gave me CMBYN vibes but the straight interracial version lol

  3. they are really pushing black dudes and white chicks. kinda weird.

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