The date for Solange's upcoming may be unknown, but the Amercian soul singer has said the project's release date is really tentative. The highly anticipated album will be the sibling to Solange's critically acclaimed A Seat At The Table, which earned Solo her first Billboard Hot 200 #1 album when it was first availed for public consumption back in 2016. The album's first single, Cranes In The Sky, also scored Solange the Grammy award for Best Rnb Vocal Performance.
Solange tossed some hints of what fans can expect from her looming tape in an interview with New York City Times Style Magazine, whose latest issue she covers. She is promising a lot of jazz, a sound which evolves organically from the previous record's lush and lavish RnB sounds, in which she collaborated with a select arsenal of some of the most esteemed music producers for the album she began penning in 2008.
“There is a lot of jazz at the core", she tells of the coming album. "But with electronic and hip-hop drum and bass because I want it to bang and make your trunk rattle.”
Solo went to discuss creative anxiety and black womanhood in the interview but has sparred everyone further details of what they should anticipate, leaving us curious of the impending drop.
Are you looking forward to the album?