Mama Tina and Beyonce — wearing a grey jacket with an enormous white fur accessory and burgundy Isabel Marant sneakers — were spotted snapping cell phone pictures and vibing to Solo’s set which included songs from her ‘True’ EP and second album ‘Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams.’ Brother-in-law Jay-Z was also in the building.
”Thank you MOMA, and everyone who came and rocked! That was so, so, fun. You guys were beautiful,” tweeted Solange following the performance. Go in DJ Such N’ Such!
Solange and Kendrick Lamar were photographed outside of the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City on Tuesday (February 26). What’s your verdict on Solo’s pretty in polka dots style statement?
You can watch Blue Ivy’s sugar cookie go-getter, who is currently embarking on a North America tour, rock out “Don’t Let Me Down” tonight. In the meantime, check out K. Dot perform a Drake-free version of “Poetic Justice” backed by a full band.
Following the New York premiere of ‘Life Is But A Dream’, Beyonce let her yaki down by partying to some twerk-approved New Orleans bounce music behind the DJ booth with sister Solange. Let me find out that Basement Baby actually knows hows to bring the best out of people.
Essence saluted Solange Knowles and Lianne La Havas at its 4th Annual Essence Black Women In Music Event. The Lincoln sponsored invitation-only affair was hosted by Essence magazine editor-at-large Emil Wilbekin and last year’s honoree Kelly Rowland.
“Lianne and Solange are the perfect examples of what’s current in music and having Lincoln sponsor an event celebrating these two young progressive African-American women is an honor,” says Lincoln manager of Multicultural Marketing Shawn Thompson.
Solange took to her Twitter account over the weekend to slam music blogs for hiring writers to critique music genres they don’t connect with, writing:
“Some of these music blogs could actually benefit from hiring people who REALLY understand the culture of R&B to write about R&B. Some of these music blogs could actually benefit from hiring people who REALLY understand the culture of hip hop to write about hip hop.”