FLAUNT: QUEEN KWONG exorcises life and loss with “I KNOW WHO YOU ARE”

Flaunt Magazine

BY Tina Benitez-Eves

In Andrzej Żuławski’s 1981 horror film Possession, Anna is having an out-of-body and spiritual breakdown in the passageway of Berlin subway station. Flailing in hysterics, screaming and laughing, she splatters milk and eggs against the tile walls then writhes on the floor before the bloody mixture of liquids spew from her mouth, onto her blue dress and all over her body. The “miscarriage scene” made famous by French actress Isabelle Adjani was one Queen Kwong, the moniker of Carré Kwong Callaway, used to visualize “I Know Who You Are,” off upcoming album Couples Only (Sonic Ritual), out July 12.

Walking down the stairs into an empty, graffitied subway underpass, Callaway takes on a similar exorcistic state, breaking between laughter and the maniacal, and slamming herself against cement walls and smashing a crimson-cream concoction against the walls and herself.  READ MORE