Singer Saskya Sky Rocked Canada For Multi-City Tour

Singer Saskya Sky Rocks Montreal

Saskya Sky
Miami-based singer Saskya Sky was in Canada this weekend, and boy did she kill it. Her Canadian tour included stops in Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa.

Such a trendsetter.

Singer Saskya Sky's Canadian Tour
For Quebec City, she sported a body-tight, long-sleeved romper.

Singer Saskya Sky's Canadian Tour
Look at those boots. That girl, Saskya.

In Montreal, the bombshell’s fashion style was as talked about as her singing. Check out some of these futuristic get-ups she donned.
Singer Saskya Sky
Ooh, Saskya Sky!

Singer Saskya Sky Rocks Montreal

It’s something straight out of a sci-fi episode…Kinda like a Millennial Barbarella with a tropical touch.

Saskya is getting bolder and bolder when it comes to what she wears onstage. Her hair used to be her main trademark, but she’s really getting more flashier in her stage wear. Her fans are obviously loving it.

Recently, she posted several videos in which she addressed naysayers who were encouraging her to alter her style and her looks. Listen, she didn’t get this far in life by being like everybody else, okay? Needless to say, she put a lot of those folks in their place. Saskya Sky will always be Saskya Sky, thank you very much.

If you haven’t checked out her Debut EP, featuring her song “Touch My Body”, what exactly are you waiting for?

CLICK HERE to visit Saskya Sky’s Official website! CLICK HERE to read past articles on the singer.

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