As we continue our on going series In The Know, which highlights not only artists who inspire us but also music diversity, global awareness, intellectual growth, cultural transformation, cultural expression, and learning to operate without creative boundaries.
It is only right that we share “A Seat at the Table” the newly debuted project by Solange Knowles. The 21 track album, is the work of a woman who’s truly grown into herself, and discovered within a clear, exhilarating statement of self and community that’s as robust in its quieter moments as it is in its funkier ones. It already seems like a document of historical significance, not just for its formidable musical achievements but for the way it encapsulates black cultural and social history with such richness, generosity, and truth marrying intricate layers of R&B with densely packed lyrics, carving open a bigger space to discuss the beauty of black creatives.
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