Solange is a Fearless Leader in When I Get Home!!!
First Name Tom, Last Name Foolery… And I’m Everybody’s Uncle!
Even this Black Planet leader… Solange.
Imagine landing on Black Planet after it’s been classified as abandoned property for years, uttering the words, “take me to your leader” & Solange motherfucking Knowles glides toward you?
That’s what happened after the end of a less-than-stellar Black History Month. It all started when Mrs. Tina Knowles Lawson’s quality sequel announced she was on Black Planet.
You mean the unsung social media OG where many black folks learned their first HTML language & found a community they’re still engrossed in today, many years later? You’re telling me, by simply making a page, Solange was able to do what Justin Timberlake tried to do with MySpace but failed? Remember that? Exactly. But Solange managed to create thrice as much buzz, all in the matter of minutes?
Of course, she did.
Along with several video clip teases, the 32-year-old eccentric artist brilliantly incorporated the legendary Mike Jones phone number into the mix. That’s right— 281-330-8004. By calling the number, fans were able to hear song snippets in anticipation of the full serving.
Because we know the Knowles family never does anything without intention, Solange announced she was dropping her album, When I Get Home at midnight on March 1.
Which, by the way, I think midnight music album drops & the NBA Finals are the only times there’s Pacific Standard Time privilege. While the east coast was struggling to tape their eyelids open, the west coast was basically having lunch break.
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By: Tonja Renee Stidhum