it looks like the knowles vixens are woke.
so i love solange.
i have always admired her fearless attitude,
but i have always been a huge fan of her music.
star fox and i kilt “sol-angel and the hadley st. dreams”.
every time she releases an album,
i relate to whatever she is going through.
i have all of her albums,
including that first one,
where she was something she wasn’t.
like most siblings who live in the shadow of “the golden cub”,
they tend to be more “aware” with their rebellion.
solange is that to me.
so she released her album yesterday,
“a seat at the table”,
i am blown away at this project!
she dropped this album at the right time.
with this looming election coming up,
and all of our tribe getting murdered so senselessly,
she decided to highlight “black power” this era.
the good and bad.
the beautiful and the ugly.
“don’t touch my hair” and “f.u.b.u”>>>>
i don’t have a favorite song because i love then all.
some songs come off like “relationship woes”,
but as you listen carefully,
you can tell their is an underlying double entendre within them.
i urge the foxhole “seat at the table” out.
i’ll move marina and the diamonds to the side for a while.
solange is going to stick around for a while.
lowkey: i hope she can at least get nominated for this album.
i hope it can also stir the creativity in other artists.
too much fuckin when we as a people getting fucked.
listen to “a seat at the table”: