Here to sage Black History Month from the demons shaped towards it, Solange has emerged from wherever she’s taken refuge simply within the nick of time. Her fourth album, When I Get Home, has arrived mere days after she gave any inclination that it even existed and is streaming now on all providers. It options contributions from Pharrell, Dev Hynes, Sampha, Gucci Mane, Earl Sweatshirt, Cassie, Tyler the Creator, Playboi Carti, Panda Bear, and extra.

Solange first hinted that one thing was coming earlier within the week when she created her own BlackPlanet page that includes a file of photos seemingly tied to the undertaking, then later teased a visible and a cellphone quantity – impressed by Mike Jones’s “Back Then” – the place followers might discover extra clues. She additionally shared its 19-song tracklist (full of references to her Houston hometown), which like her groundbreaking final album A Seat at the Table, consists of a number of interludes and an intermission, for while you’ll inevitably must catch your breath. She then tweeted prior its launch, “I’m bringing dwelling w me in all places I am going yalll and I ain’t working from shit no extra. Your love lifts me up so excessive.”

Solange previously said of the project that it’ll be “jazz to the core,” but additionally include parts of digital and hip-hop drum and bass as a result of she intends on it “making your trunk rattle.” She additionally gave followers the top’s up then that the album could be a whole shock, saying it’d be “in progress till the very finish.” At final, the time has come! Go forth and nourish your souls!

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