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This Is What Your Favorite Musician Wore to the Biggest Fashion Event of the Year

Last night's Met Gala honored Rei Kawakubo, avant-garde fashion designer and founder of esteemed label Comme des Garçons. Lots of famous musicians were invited by Vogue editor Anna Wintour:…
Anna Gaca / May 2, 2017

Solange Says She Only Plans to Play Live at Festivals and Museums

Ever the artiste, Solange will take her A Seat at the Table songs to museums and festivals this year instead of embarking on a proper tour. She…
Brian Josephs / April 24, 2017

Diana Ross to Open, Chance the Rapper to Close as 2017 Essence Festival Reveals Nightly Lineup

Making their first Essence Festival appearances, Diana Ross and Chance the Rapper will open and close the annual concert series, respectively, at the Superdome in New Orleans (June 30-July…
Gail Mitchell, Billboard / April 6, 2017

Afropunk Festival 2017 Lineup Includes Solange, Kaytranada, Thundercat, Nao, Sampha, Soul II Soul, More [UPDATE]

Afropunk has announced the lineup for its flagship festival in Brooklyn. This year's iteration will feature a stage curated by Solange's Saint Heron label that includes Sampha,…
Brian Josephs / April 6, 2017

Outside Lands 2017 Lineup: Metallica, Lorde, Gorillaz, The Who, and More

The lineup for this year's Outside Lands Festival, which takes place in San Francisco, was announced this afternoon. The headliners are Metallica, The Who and Gorillaz, who will…
Geena Kloeppel / April 4, 2017

Glastonbury 2017: Lorde, Solange, the xx, Father John Misty, More Announced

If you thought the 2017 Glastonbury Festival was already stacked thanks to headliners Ed Sheeran, Radiohead and Foo Fighters, wait until you see who else they…
Taylor Weatherby, Billboard / March 30, 2017

Red Bull Music Academy NYC Will Feature Solange at the Guggenheim, Plus Gucci Mane and Zaytoven Doing Piano Ballads

The Red Bull Music Academy is returning to New York next month with gems that include a New Jack Swing talk with the genre's architect…
Brian Josephs / March 22, 2017

Here’s a Video of Solange and Michael McDonald Playing “What a Fool Believes” That Is Worth Watching

Over the weekend, Solange and blue-eyed GOAT Michael McDonald performed together at Florida's Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival, where they covered the Doobie Brothers classic "What…
Jeremy Gordon / March 8, 2017

A Tribe Called Quest, LCD Soundsystem and Solange Will Headline the 2017 Pitchfork Festival

As Pitchfork attempted to unveil the lineup for their 2017 festival via a sign painter on Facebook Live, Stereogum reports that a Ticketfly email went…
Taylor Berman / February 27, 2017

After Breaking Up, Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth Is Making His Best Music Yet

Dave Longstreth’s beard is gnarled and unkempt, the mark of a man who has forgone Western civilization to find himself in a backwoods cabin. It’s…
Jeremy Gordon / February 22, 2017

Solange, Lil Wayne, and Pharrell to Headline Roots Picnic 2017

The 10th annual Roots Picnic will be headlined by Lil Wayne, Solange and Pharrell with the Roots. The one-day Philadelphia festival will also include sets…
Taylor Berman / February 20, 2017

Nardwuar Releases Old Interviews With Destiny’s Child and Solange

With Beyoncé's Lemonade and Solange's A Seat at the Table frequently topping year-end discussions, Nardwuar picked a solid time to release archival interviews with the Knowles sisters. Digging…
Brian Josephs / December 21, 2016

Watch Solange Perform a “Rise”/”Weary” Medley on Fallon

Solange appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night to perform a medley of "Rise" and "Weary," from September's A Seat At The Table,…
Winston Cook-Wilson / December 16, 2016

2016: The Year R&B Returned to the Eye of Quiet Storm

In 1982, a male English trio named Imagination released In the Heat of the Night. Produced by Tony Swain and Steven Jolley, who’d soon work…
Alfred Soto / December 14, 2016

The 101 Best Songs of 2016

When the history books are written, music will probably not be the first thing anyone remembers about 2016. Nevertheless, the music was excellent—memorable and meaningful enough…
SPIN Staff / December 13, 2016
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