Solange's New Album Has The Internet Developing A Third Eye
This is worth several listens.
March 01, 2019 at 3:18 pm
After more than two years since her last project, Solange Knowles released her highly anticipated album When I Get Home on Friday. The latest includes features from Pharrell, Playboi Carti and Tyler the Creator. To accompany the debut, Solange also announced nine album-centered events in her hometown of Houston, Texas, all scheduled for March 3.
play the whole thing thruu https://t.co/HO1xEpzQy5
— solange knowles (@solangeknowles) March 1, 2019
The album has been receiving accolades in just the first 12 hours of its release. The visuals are as stunning as the message behind the lyrics, and Twitter users are naturally sharing their thoughts on her latest work from their favorite tracks to admiring the genius behind the production.
Listening to Solange’s new album a second time pic.twitter.com/q3LsioAElf
— d????nald (@raradonald) March 1, 2019
Solange really put her whole cowboy boot into this album. Like I am in love. pic.twitter.com/6seycU2Ceh
— black skin! black braids! (@fwerin_) March 1, 2019
Carti and Solange produced by Pharrell: pic.twitter.com/CUPRqP8BHV
— KEN —-//// ???????? (@diosmioisken) March 1, 2019
solange’s album…… talent won pic.twitter.com/K9i8gdo5mg
— for 1 dollar name a woman (@whoismitski) March 1, 2019
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Me listening to Solange all day pic.twitter.com/RrnTTG1Sl3
— Mob (@Barti___) March 1, 2019
— Eli ???????? (@Therealelili) March 1, 2019
Solange’s music seeing a therapist
— livvy donovan (@livvydonovan) March 1, 2019
This new solange…whew pic.twitter.com/NkSfvwjrNn
— Satan's therapist (@CumberworldHoe) March 1, 2019
The Houston native teased the album's release all week, including reigniting the Black social media platform BlackPlanet. As Blavity previously reported, her profile includes silent videos of Solange, phrases and other eye-catching images.
When I Get Home is the follow-up to her 2016 album A Seat at the Table, which performed exceptionally well on the charts. Per Rolling Stone, A Seat at the Table sold 72,000 units in its first week and earned the "Cranes in the Sky" singer her first No. 1 on the Billboard 200.