Grace Jones Perfects The Art Of Topless Hula-Hooping At Brooklyn’s Afropunk Festival (NSFW)

“Maybe I should take off my shoes and go totally tribal."
BROOKLYN, NY - AUGUST 21:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: This image contains nudity.)  Grace Jones performs onstage during the Afropunk Fancy Ball at Commodore Barry Park on August 21, 2015 in Brooklyn, New York.  (Photo by Roger Kisby/Getty Images)

Grace Jones, 67 and flaw-free, took the stage (and owned her throne while doing so) as the headliner at this weekend’s 11th annual Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn.

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Jones, a faithfully enthusiastic #FreeTheNipple activist, performed her catalogue of disco and new wave hits including crowd-favorites “Love Is the Drug” and “Private Life.”

BROOKLYN, NY - AUGUST 22:  Grace Jones performs onstage at Afropunk Fest at Commodore Barry Park on August 22, 2015 in Brooklyn, New York.  (Photo by Roger Kisby/Getty Images)

“Maybe I should take off my shoes and go totally tribal,” Jones told the awestruck crowd at one point mid-set.

She followed through on her offer, removing her shoes as she made quick changes right and left, which included her signature under-bust corsets, ornate headdresses, skull masks, wild weaves and of course, her Keith Haring-inspired body paint.

The highlight of the night came when a topless, Jones proving there’s no slow to her 40+ year roll, hula-hooped her way through the entirety of her 1985 hit “Slave to the Rhythm.”

Watch as segment from Jones’ performance below.