As a guest on the Song Exploder podcast, Solange opened up about the making of the A Seat at the Table standout “Cranes in the Sky.” Along with a number of isolated vocal tracks from the song, Beyonce’s baby sister explains how it took form over seven years and how a Raphael Saadiq instrumental album played a huge role. She also dives into Miami’s inspiration on both Knowles sisters and admits the harp sounds throughout the song were made by a toy. Listen to the 26-minute interview above.