Solange has returned with the release of her new album A Seat at the Table.
The LP comes eight years after Sol-Angel And The Hadley St. Dreams and features Q-Tip, Lil Wayne, BJ The Chicago Kid and more.
The project is accompanied by a digital book, which can be found at SolangeMusic.com.
Enjoy Solange’s A Seat at the Table album stream below.
(This article was first published September 28, 2016 and is as follows.)
Eight years after dropping her last solo album, Sol-Angel And The Hadley St. Dreams, Houston songstress Solange is readying the release of its follow-up, A Seat At The Table.
Solo expressed her “gratitude and excitement” upon sharing the news of her latest collection of work via Instagram. She added that A Seat At The Table will be released digitally on September 30.
“I am overwhelmed with gratitude and excitement to share this body of work I have written, with you,” Solange wrote in the caption to a photo that could serve as the cover art to A Seat At The Table.
My Album, A Seat At The Table, will be released digitally this Friday • September 30th. Visit www.solangemusic.com to experience the #ASeatAtTheTable digital book now. I am overwhelmed with gratitude and excitement to share this body of work I have written, with you. Album Cover Photography : @carlota_guerrero
A second Instagram upload shows the tracklist for what will be Solange’s third studio album. The project will feature 21 tracks, and will boast guest appearances from BJ The Chicago Kid, Lil Wayne, Q-Tip, and a handful of other artists.
In addition to the digital album for A Seat At The Table, Solange has also released a digital book via SolangeMusic.com. Consisting of 112 pages, the digital book features a collection of poems, photos, and possible lyrics.
“your love is kind, but your love ain’t blind. your world is kind, but your world ain’t blind,” one particular quote from the digital book reads.
News of Solange’s A Seat At The Table album comes weeks after she penned “And Do You Belong? I Do,” an essay that touched on her personal experience at a concert, as well as issues pertaining to race here in the USA and abroad.