It’s been a banner season for Solange. Who better to talk to her about her number one selling album, A Seat At The Table, than her sister Beyoncé? That’s exactly what happened with their conversation via Interview Magazine. The two discussed the inspiration behind the album, her childhood, the meaning of “Cranes In The Sky,” . . .
Normani Kordei returns with a followup to her cover of Drake’s “Fake Love” and “Sneakin” with a cover of Solange‘s “Don’t Touch My Hair” and “Cranes In The Sky.” It’s a gorgeous rendition that leaves us wanting more. The current Fifth Harmony group member shows out in top form and, honestly, has me awaiting the . . .
The night after Childish Gambino performed “Redbone” on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, we’re treated to a performance by Solange of “Rise” and “Mad” from her critially acclaimed album A Seat At The Table. The stage, along with Solange and her band, is drenched in red. Solange and her backup singers are dressed in . . .
Rapsody isn’t afraid to step out on her new release, a remix of Solange’s “Mad” that’s full of confidence and assertiveness. The veteran emcee shines again over the soulful Eric G. production. I’m sure there will be people upset that Rapsody even found it appropriate to change this song, but there will be just as . . .
“Crib so big, cranes in the sky.” Only Rick Ross would include a Wingstop reference in a “Cranes In The Sky” remix. Here we are. The MMG head honcho added some bars to Solange‘s A Seat At The Table standout track in smooth fashion. It should come as no surprise that the subject matter is . . .
In her first live performance since the release of her number one album A Seat At The Table, Solange exhibited extreme carefree black joy when she performed “Cranes In The Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair” live on Saturday Night Live last night. Solange and the full band that accompanied her were dressed in all . . .
Common is back and he returns with a remix to the already iconic “Cranes In The Sky” track by Solange Knowles. Common stated that he felt like he had to jump on the record as he felt the single was just so special, he found himself muttering the words to himself then a verse of . . .
How do you add anything to such a beautiful song? Solange‘s “Cranes In The Sky” is a gorgeous, sad song that is more than powerful enough to stand on its own. Except, there’s always a plot twist. Kaytranada actually teased his version of the song last week at a show in New York City, and . . .
The A Seat at the Table, Beginning Stages documentary shows the creation of Solange’s new album A few days ago, Solange revealed via her instagram that she began writing A Seat At The Table four years ago. Now, she gives us an intimate look into the process of its creation. From Long Island to New Orleans to small towns . . .
After releasing the extremely well-received A Seat At The Table album, Solange returns with visuals for both the Sampha-featuring “Don’t Touch My Hair” and “Cranes in the Sky.” The music videos were co-directed by Solange and music video director, Alan Ferguson (Solange’s husband). Watch the videos below. When I first started writing this record I was . . .
Solange announced earlier this week that her new album was on the way. We even got the Lil Wayne-featuring “Mad” ahead of it, as well. At 21 track in total featuring Sampha, BJ The Chicago Kid, Q-Tip, and more, Solange returns to release her A Seat At The Table album. Listen below and grab your . . .
“I got the right to get buck, but I try not to let it build up.” Solange Knowles is dropping her first album in four years, tonight. Before the official release, she saw fit to drop a gorgeous single called “Mad” that features a guest verse from Lil Wayne. A Seat At The Table includes . . .
ESSNTL focuses on R&B and soul vibes for the latest edition of Earth To Your Brain Radio. This edition includes music from the likes of Erykah Badu, Dwele, Amerie, SPZRKT, Rochelle Jordan, Donell Jones, Pharrell Williams, SWV, and more. As always, Session 030 of ETYB is presented in conjunction with Ethereal and Artistic Manifesto. “Haven’t . . .
Polyamory is defined as “the philosophy or state of being in love or romantically involved with more than one person at the same time,” so it only makes sense that POLYAMORY has some powerful mash-up records on their SoundCloud. POLYAMORY will also be releasing original compilations soon. Please direct all jokes about Jay Z and . . .
Let’s be real. The rumors will probably never die down in regards to what sparked the infamous elevator incident starring Solange, Jay Z and Beyonce. Some sense of closure has been reached with Solange’s latest interview with Variety magazine. Variety Deputy Editor Leigh Belz Ray wrote the following passage about Solange’s comments in the wake . . .