Years without any music from Solange, yet today she humbly brought a new album out of the woodwork. She released her cover art on Instagram, which seems to be popular now a days, and even shared her release date. She did not blow up the internet however we all know Solange is silent yet deadly. Her ability to be so low-key yet so fierce puts all of our edges at risk.
Her cover art is very anatomical and seems as if she has taken more than enough time to plan these renaissance-esque looks and themes. Just with a simple deep read of the album cover her hair definitely can’t go unnoticed. The natural and flowing style resembles that of the powdered wigs that high class civilians used to wear. The mixture of the barrettes resonate with doing hair of certain textures and cultures. Her album name, A Seat at The Table could go in so many directions including back to the congressional tables of our countries stark beginning. Or simply a call to her position in her sister and brother-in-law’s dynasty. Who knows, but she is definitely offering images to make minds wander far and wide.
The album is set to drop on Saturday, September 30th and includes features from Lil Wayne, Q-Tip, Sampha, and The Dream. With features like this infused with her own lyrics, this album is looking like it could be the next wave in the music industry.
Her timing and patience is immaculate considering the crisp look and release of her work. Many artists today have become a bit sloppy with their music releases. Solange is working like a surgeon with her methodological movements, and I can’t wait to see how the music sounds! Check out her art work for yourself and see what you think!
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