On the occasion of her third studio album, A Seat at the Table, Solange explains how she found a new confidence in her songwriting, thanks to her own family history and with help from Master P.
The Miami singer combines a wide range of thoughts and influences for his new full-length.
Solange wrote, arranged, and co-produced every song on the album.
U.K. listeners can hear “Sink or Swim” now.
“Black Women, Beyonce and Popular Culture” will be available in the fall.
Dev Hynes performs “Juicy 1-4” for Trevor Noah.
The second Starboy track emerges.
Featuring Tweet, Lil Wayne, Dev Hynes, Sampha, and many, many more.
Here’s what happened when we partied at the Mammal Gallery in Atlanta.
She’s teamed up again with Kaytranada for some feel-good tracks.
She doesn’t subscribe to your usual definition of the term.