Solange has officially stepped into the spotlight, proving she’s more than just Beyonce’s little sister. With the release of her new album A Seat at the Table, she rightfully makes her mark in music.

Not only does the project feature appearances from Q-Tip, Lil Wayne, Master P and BJ The Chicago Kid, it stands for something greater: black power. The album addresses issues of racism in a way they needed to be addressed.

Artists beyond the Hip Hop community have responded with nothing but positivity and praise, including support from her big sis Queen Bey, Drake, and Missy Elliott. 


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Yaaaaaaasssss MRS. LAWSON ✊?@mstinalawson And YAAAAAASSSSSS @saintrecords #Solange you are something else!!! ??????

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Paying homage to my spirit sister @saintrecords U da best ?? #hairfun #BlackGirlMagic #ASeatAtTheTable

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By the way, if you are hoping to catch her performing A Seat on the Table live, you may have to wait a while.

Stream A Seat on the Table right here. Check back in later this week for the official DX review to see if the celebrity fanfare sizes up with our review staff’s opinions.