1966 Magazine Cover Girl Paloma Ford Brings Sultry Pop to Meek Mill's "I Don't Know"

Sexy pop singer Paloma Ford graces the September cover of 1966 Magazine, a free online magazine that features the latest styles and trends in fashion, beauty, hair, lifestyle and entertainment for beautiful black women worldwide.

Ford, an affiliate of rapper Meek Mill, is featured on his new release "I Don't Know."

In an interview with 1966 Magazine, Ford talks in-depth about her fashion sensibilities, career, music and her working relationship with the Rick Ross associate, Meek Mill.

Ford is a new age R&B singer who has also been featured on tracks with Snoop Dogg, Blaq Tuxedo and IamSu!

Born in Long Beach, California, the eclectic Ford grew up influenced by such artists as Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Prince, Nirvana, Incubus, Fiona Apple and Lenny Kravitz.

Ford said she also grew up listening to her mother's favorite singers such as Carol King and Sade.

"It was amazing to have Paloma be a part of our September issue! On set she was such a natural in front of the camera she just lit up the room. Even our photographer said he could stay there and shoot her all day! Paloma has this energy, this vibe that she's just a real chick - a down-to-earth woman who will always keep it one hundred. During our interview with her she spoke so passionately about her music, she made one and all get just as excited for the next phase of her career. She's talented, gorgeous and just a real jewel to the music industry. She's only going to keep shining brighter, the more unearthed her talent becomes," said Arianne Suggs, Creative Director, and Co-Founder of 1966 Magazine.

According Alicia Suggs, Fashion Director, and Co-Founder of 1966 Magazine, "Paloma has what it takes and can hold her own with the guys in the music game as well. Making her a force to be reckoned with."