A Seat at The Table
understanding solange’s ‘sol-angel and the hadley st. dreams’
In 2008 Solange began taking her career into her own hands, stepping away from the pop sound of her first album, and releasing a more assured, Motown-influenced LP. This set the wheels in motion for a singular, defiant career.
"you don’t need anyone else to have your moment" – inside solange's houston screenings
On Sunday night, Solange hosted a series of homecoming screenings in Houston's Third Ward for new album and film 'When I Get Home'. The effect was to create a vibrant and fuller picture of her work.
solange’s ‘when I get home’ is an explorative album for her by her
The content matter reveals multiple layers of Solange, the woman who prefers her liquor brown, like her skin and her blunts, as well as the woman all wrapped up in romanticism yearning for her lover.
solange just dropped her new album, ‘when i get home’
Featuring collaborations from Tyler, Sampha, Gucci Mane and more...
harvard is giving solange a very important award
The visionary 'Seat at the Table' artist is The Harvard Foundation's 2018 'Artist of the Year.'
solange tells magazine “don’t touch my hair” after they edit out her braids
An accompanying profile that quotes Solange on the meaning of braided hair for black women has now been publicly disowned by the interviewer.
solange is signing books at a pop-up in bed-stuy
She'll also be performing at Panorama Festival this weekend.
listen to solange's powerful lecture about prince and protest
The visionary behind 2016’s best album spoke at the “Blackstar Rising & The Purple Reign: Celebrating the Legacies of David Bowie and Prince” symposium about what activism looks like in pop music today.
young women of color create a solange syllabus (and need your submissions)
'A Seat at the Table Syllabus' invites young women to suggest ideas for texts, music, and art that embody themes explored on Solo's outstanding new album.
beyoncé’s interview with solange is a sweet celebration of family and sisterhood
The two offer us a glimpse into their relationship, and they way their family and community influenced two of the biggest albums of 2016.
meet the collaborators behind beyonce’s lemonade and solange's seat at the table
2016 was a good year for the Knowles sisters. Both Lemonade and A Seat At The Table broke the boundaries of where music and visuals could go so we met with four of the albums collaborators about how they came to work on two of the records of the year...
like solange's instagram? you’ll love her new art book
The upcoming publication is a collaboration with her favorite photographer, Carlota Guerrero.