Solange

Now’s Your Chance to Play in Solange’s Backing Band

Last night, writer Shantel Pass posted a flyer and note on Saint Heron, the site run by Solange's Saint Records, advertising open auditions for musicians…
Winston Cook-Wilson / December 2, 2016

Watch Solange Perform “Cranes in the Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair” on SNL

Solange made her Saturday Night Live debut last night, introduced by host Benedict Cumberbatch. She performed two songs from her acclaimed third album A Seat at the Table: "Cranes in…
Anna Gaca / November 6, 2016

A Seat at the Table Becomes Solange’s First Number One Album

Solange's acclaimed new album A Seat at the Table debuts at number one on the Billboard albums chart, the publication reports. Table narrowly beat out Bon Iver's 22, A Million,…
Anna Gaca / October 9, 2016

Solange’s New Documentary Goes Behind the Scenes of A Seat at the Table

After releasing A Seat at the Table last week on short-term notice, Solange has decided to drop documentary footage taking behind the scenes of her opus. The 11-minute film…
Brian Josephs / October 6, 2016

Review: Solange’s Exquisite A Seat at the Table Is a Portrait of Black Pain and Healing

Solange Knowles has released about as misunderstood (and excellent) records as she's released records at all. Her debut, Solo Star, has been criticized for being…
Katherine St. Asaph / October 6, 2016

Solange Releases Beautifully Shot Videos for “Don’t Touch My Hair” and “Cranes in the Sky”

Solange has released two music videos from her new album A Seat at the Table. "Cranes in the Sky" and "Don't Touch My Hair" are directed by…
Brian Josephs / October 3, 2016

Stream Solange’s New Album, A Seat at the Table, Featuring Lil Wayne, Q-Tip, Sampha, Kelela

Last night, Solange dropped her new album A Seat at the Table. The long-awaited follow-up to 2012's True EP is 21 songs long, and features contributions…
Charles Innis / September 30, 2016

Read Solange’s Lovely A Seat at the Table E-Book

Last week, Solange shared a special delivery with the first 86 fans who offered up their snail mail addresses to her website. If you weren't fast enough on…
Anna Gaca / September 28, 2016

Solange Covered Nina Simone’s ‘To Be Young, Gifted and Black’ With Dev Hynes, Moses Sumney, and KING

Solange performed a set at last weekend's FYF Fest in Los Angeles, where she teamed up with Devonté Hynes (a.k.a. Blood Orange), Moses Sumney, and…
Rachel Brodsky / August 25, 2015

Solange Debuts ‘Rise,’ a Powerful New Song ‘for Ferguson, for Baltimore’

Much like Prince did last week, Solange has penned a moving new song in tribute to Baltimore (and Ferguson), following the unrest after Freddie Gray's death in…
James Grebey / May 15, 2015

Beyonce, Solange, Dirty Projectors, and More Pay Tribute to D’Angelo’s ‘Voodoo’

D'Angelo's seminal album Voodoo recently celebrated its 15th anniversary, and Solange's website Saint Heron hosted several moving tributes to the iconic record from more than a dozen musicians it inspired.
James Grebey / February 4, 2015

Solange and Her Son Aced a Choreographed ‘No Flex Zone’ Dance at Her Wedding

Solanges Knowles' wedding seems like the type of affair that we, the little people, can only dream of. Everyone was unapproachably glamorous, dressed in the purest white, plus…
James Grebey / November 17, 2014

Jay Z and Solange’s Elevator Fight Is Getting the ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Treatment

Welp, it happened. Someone over at Law & Order: Special Victims Unit learned the word "thot." Never one to slack when it comes to the…
Chris Martins / October 1, 2014

Destiny’s Child Kinda Reunite, Plus Solange, on Michelle Williams’ ‘Say Yes!’

A Destiny's Child quasi-reunion can be an occasion to send praise toward the skies. Michelle Williams' kinetic "Say Yes!," featuring fellow Destiny's Child members Beyoncé and…
Marc Hogan / May 22, 2014

Jay Z and Solange Issue Statement About Elevator Fight, ‘Share’ Responsibility

After a few days of silence from the Carter and Knowles camps, Jay Z and Solange Knowles issued a joint statement about their already infamous elevator…
Dan Reilly / May 15, 2014
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