In the hour conversation the ladies talk about the inspiration for Solange's fourth-studio album, her visuals, teenage love and thoughts on critics.
Ever since it was released at the end of September, Solange Knowles’ album A Seat at the Table has inspired and thrilled audiences with its unapologetically black themes surrounding beauty, acceptance and pride. It garnered Knowles the first number one album of her career, a debut performance spot on Saturday Night Live and it’s already […]
Solange's A Seat at the Table is an incredible album and so is the artwork that goes along with it.
Solange Knowles performed on Saturday Night Live for her first time last night, singing "Cranes in the Sky" and "Don't Touch My Hair".
Carefully laced throughout Solange‘s latest LP is the familiar voice of Master Percy Miller, whose tales of self-made moguldom and Black empowerment — along with Momma Tina and Poppa Mathew’s powerful anecdotes — effectively set the tone for A Seat At The Table. As Solange explained to Stereogum just hours before the album’s release, her relationship with Master P dates back to the era of MTV Cribs, whose episode […]
Tyree Boyd-Pates, a professor of Africana Studies at California State University who has written for Fusion and The Huffington Post, took to Twitter to share his feelings about Solo's latest body of work.
Solange's latest album A Seat At The Table breathed new life into the R&B world, the Black community, and the singer's music career.
Solange Knowles is taking a few cues from her big sis in the visuals department.
In addition to fans raving about the album, celebrities like Janelle Monae and Tracee Ellis Ross have also given a nod to the 30-year-old.
A Seat At the Table is being called an "instant classic," and is drawing comparisons to Beyoncé's LEMONADE.