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Solange Is Dropping a New Album This Fall

Solange has completed her new album. The visual artist told The New York Times that the follow-up to her critically acclaimed album A Seat at the Table would be released this fall.

“There is a lot of jazz at the core,” Solange told journalist Ayana Mathis. “But with electronic and hip-hop drum and bass because I want it to bang and make your trunk rattle.”

The 32-year-old often references hip-hop and heavy bass as an ode to her birthplace, Houston’s  Third Ward of Houston.

The “Don’t Touch My Hair” singer began working on the album last year and recording music in New Orleans, Topanga Canyon and Jamaica.

Solange did not provide a title or release date for the upcoming release. In comparison to A Seat at the Table, which she acknowledges as her “punk album,” the Columbia Records signee described the unnamed album as “warm,” “fluid,” and “more sensual.

“The record will likely arrive into the world fully formed at some mysterious and unexpected moment, like a meteor cratering into the culture. But she will not be rushed,” Mathis wrote.

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T’s 2018 Greats Issue celebrates six people who have inspired us to forge a different world of our own: #Solange, #AlessandroMichele, #GeorgeRRMartin, #CarrieMaeWeems, #ViggoMortensen and #BruceNauman. Each of them has created something singular, be it a performance or an aesthetic, and they have all, in some way, helped steer the cultural discourse. “Where would black artists, female artists, American artists, photographers, be without Carrie Mae Weems, whose groundbreaking photographic ‘Kitchen Table Series’ (1989-90) quite literally foregrounded the black female face?" writes writes T's editor in chief @HanyaYanagihara. "Where would science-fiction writers, fantasy writers, historical writers and television itself be without George R. R. Martin, whose 'A Song of Ice and Fire' books became the most sensational television series of all time, and also redefined the state of contemporary fandom?" Click the link in our bio to go inside #TGreatsIssue, out on newsstands inside the @nytimes October 21. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Solange Knowles (@saintrecords) written by Ayana Mathis, photographed by Collier Schorr (collierschorrstudio), styled by Carlos Nazario (@mr_carlos_nazario); Alessandro Michele (@lallo25) written by Frank Bruni, photographed by Michal Chelbin (@michal_chelbin), fashion styled by @JayMassacret; @GeorgeRRMartin written by Charles Yu, photographed by Alessandra Sanguinetti / Magnum Photos (@alessandra_sanguinetti); @CarrieMaeWeems written by Megan O'Grady (@meganeogrady), photographed by @MickaleneThomas, styled by Shiona Turini (@shionat); Viggo Mortensen written by Thessaly La Force (@thessaly), photographed by Jackie Nickerson @(jackie_nickerson), styled by @JasonRider; Bruce Nauman written by Nikil Saval, photographed by Alec Soth / Magnum Photos (@littlebrownmushroom).

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Solange collaborated with IKEA earlier this year and performed with her sister, Beyonce, at Coachella in April. Otherwise, the multitalented innovator has remained out of the spotlight.


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