Solange Knowles Announces New Album for Release This Friday, Features Blood Orange

A Seat At the Table Due Out This Friday via Saint Records/Columbia

Sep 27, 2016 Bookmark and Share


Solange Knowles has announced a new album, A Seat At the Table, that's due out this Friday, September 30, via Saint Records and Columbia. The album features Devonte Hynes (aka Blood Orange), Moses Sumney, Sampha, Q-Tip, Tweet, and former Destiny's Child member Kelly Rowland (Solange is Beyoncé's sister after all), among others.

The album was announced yesterday directly to 86 fans who Knowles mailed a poetry book of lyrics and photos also entitled A Seat At the Table. A digital version of the book can be downloaded at Knowles' website here. Knowles began writing and producing the album in 2013 and describes it in a press release as "a project on identity, empowerment, independence, grief, and healing." No music has been shared from the album yet, but below is the tracklist and cover art.

A Seat At the Table Tracklist:

1. "Rise" 
2. "Weary" (Additional Vocals blessed by Tweet) 
3. "Interlude: The Glory Is In You"
4. "Cranes In The Sky" 
5. "Interlude: Dad Was Mad"
6. "Mad" Ft. Lil Wayne (Additional Vocals blessed by Moses Sumney and Tweet) 
7. "Don't You Wait" 
8. "Interlude: Tina Taught Me"
9. "Don't Touch My Hair" Ft. Sampha
10. "Interlude:  This Moment" (Additional vocals Devonte Hynes of Houston Texas and Lu of Carolina) 
11. "Where Do We Go" (Additional vocals blessed by Sean Nicholas Savage) 
12. "Interlude:  For Us By Us"
13. "F.U.B.U." Ft. The Dream & BJ The Chicago Kid (Additional Vocals blessed by Tweet) 
14. "Borderline (An Ode To Self Care)" Ft. Q-Tip
15. "Interlude:  I Got So Much Magic, You Can Have It" Ft. Kelly Rowland & Nia Andrews 
16. "Junie" 
17. "Interlude: No Limits"
18. "Don't Wish Me Well"
19. "Interlude:  Pedestals" 
20. "Scales" Ft. Kelela 
21. "Closing:  The Chosen Ones"



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