In March, Solange released her fourth studio album "When I Get Home".
It has been three years since her magnificent cultural, political and personal album, "A Seat at the Table" was released. Solange is definitely back home with her most current R&B/soul album.
At first listen, the album creates a beautiful visual masterpiece in the audience's mind and gives the listener a greater appreciation for African American people and our contributions to society.
This album also shows Solange is not bonded to conventional R&B norms; she steps out and broadens her artistic abilities. You can hear the change through the diverse group of artists who appear on the album including Tyler the Creator, Playboi Carti, and The Dream, just to name a few.
Despite the diverse tracks, Solange brings all the songs and different styles together with her touch of Houston flare.
Some stand-out tracks on the album are “Way to the Show”, “Stay Flo”, and “Almeda”. My personal favorite is “Way to the Show”. The lyrics make listeners feel like they are in Houston riding down the block in an old school candy paint car.
Overall, the album has that Houston chopped-n-screwed swag mixed with her R&B/soul vibes, which makes me rate this album 8 out of 10 for the amazing vibes and lyrical content.