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Listen to Solange’s First Album in Eight Years, a “Meditation on Being Black in America”

It’s been eight years since Solange released her last full-length studio album, the Motown-tinged Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams. In that time, she’s dropped a ridiculously good EP, carved out a persona as the free-spirited and “edgier” younger sister of Queen Bey through her daring fashion and meticulously crafted Instagram account, and been consistently outspoken about American race relations.
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