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British Vogue’s Edward Enninful Threw Spike Lee a Blacktastic Party, and Our Invite Got Lost in the Mail British Vogue’s Edward Enninful Threw Spike Lee a Blacktastic Party, and Our Invite Got Lost in the Mail

Clearly, we need to remind Edward Enninful of our address. On Saturday, Oct. 20, the editor-in-chief of British Vogue hosted a dinner for filmmaker Spike Lee in London, in honor of the BlacKkKlansman director “who has given so much to the creative industry over the three-and-a-half decades he has been working within…

Solange Fans Rejoice! New Music Is Coming Soon Solange Fans Rejoice! New Music Is Coming Soon

My favorite Solange moment of this year was her joining her sister Beyoncé on stage at Coachella Beychella and dropping it so low so many times, my knees got tired.

Good Vibrations: Solange Writes About Jamaica, Grace Jones and Her New Album Good Vibrations: Solange Writes About Jamaica, Grace Jones and Her New Album

It’s a marvel to grow up alongside an artist, and even more wonderful to see the ways in which she or he continues to evolve and shape—and be shaped by—the world in turn. Solange is very much one of those artists for me: a woman whose journey has been far from predictable, whose gifts are a source of continual delight…

Solange’s A Seat at the Table Inspires Syllabus  Solange’s A Seat at the Table Inspires Syllabus 

Solange Knowles’ celebrated album A Seat at the Table was her first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, and it is now being used as the foundation for a course syllabus.

Panama and Shamira Discuss Solange's "A Seat At The Table" Panama and Shamira Discuss Solange's "A Seat At The Table"

Panama: So, Solange dropped an album recently that has the internet's buzzing: A Seat At The Table. Let Facebook tell it, it's the best, Blackest album that's been released in quite some time. I'm not sure I'm in that camp, though I can understand why folks love it so much. But I don't think it's nearly as good or as…

If Mos Def’s “Black On Both Sides” Came Out Today, It Might Be Considered The Blackest Album of All Time If Mos Def’s “Black On Both Sides” Came Out Today, It Might Be Considered The Blackest Album of All Time

On September 30, Solange released her third album, A Seat At The Table, to remarkably favorable reviews. Social media lit up like the Empire State Building at Christmas with folks proclaiming how woke and Black the album is. Interspersed with interludes speaking to the Black experience from her mother, father, and…

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