“The influence and legacy of Solange has already become one of the most important ones of the past decade, and thus it’s hard to think of a better send-off for the Sydney Opera House’s Concert Hall.”
She’s coming back.
Taking a leaf out of her sister’s book.
Are we finally getting the follow up to ‘A Seat At The Table’?
“There was honestly a lot of moments where I didn’t think that I would ever be able to be on stage again.”
“‘A Seat at the Table’ is more than an album. It’s a diary, a confessional, a body of work, a piece of art.”
“Sampha your voice and soul are unmatched.”
MAKE. THESE. HAPPEN.
“You made my morning.”
Ocean told organisers to “USE THE OLD GRAMOPHONE TO ACTUALLY LISTEN BRO.”
We’ll meet you in the comments.
A powerful take on a gorgeous track.
“Solange’s story isn’t that of a girl in an elevator – she is elevating.”
“Hey don’t kick him, muddy shoes, he’s got a white suit on!”
“You don’t feel that most of the people in these incidents do not like black people, but simply are a product of their white supremacy”
To troll, is to miss the point of LEMONADE.
American comedian Chris Rock has used his opening monologue at the 2014 BET (Black Entertainment Television) Awards to give his explanation of the infamous elevator fight in which Beyoncé‘s sister Solange hit out at the singer’s husband, rapper Jay Z. After describing the BET Awards as “the black World Cup”, Rock proceeded to discuss the
Jay Z, Beyoncé and Solange Knowles have broken their silence for the first time since footage was released this week showing Solange attacking her rapper brother-in-law, Jay Z, following a Met Gala after party. “As a result of the public release of the elevator security footage from Monday, May 5th, there has been a great