Solange doesn't care about people comparing her album to "LEMONADE"
Everyone is obsessed with Solange’s newest release A Seat at the Table, and we totally know why. It’s the perfect album for self empowerment, and the unexpected cameos from her parents, Matthew Knowles and Tina Lawson, and rap legend Master P were simply the icing on the cake.
With all of the pro-blackness that Solo poured into her album, it’s no surprise that critics are comparing this work of art to her big sis Beyoncé’s LEMONADE. But, instead of trying to distance herself from her sister’s work, Solange embraced the comparisons in the most amazing way possible.
In a recent interview with Fader, Solange let everyone know that A Seat at the Table being reminiscent of LEMONADE would only makes sense, seeing as she and Beyoncé are a part of the same family. She says,
And as for being a fan of her sister’s latest album, Solange goes on to say:
We just love to see women supporting other women, and witnessing the love that Solange has for her older sis just hits us right in the feels!