19 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the three years since her seminal album A Seat at the Table, Solange has broadened her artistic reach, expanding her work to museum installations, unconventional live performances, and striking videos. With her fourth album, When I Get Home, the singer continues to push her vision forward with an exploration of roots and their lifelong influence. In Solange’s case, that’s the culturally rich Houston of her childhood. Some will know these references—candy paint, the late legend DJ Screw—via the city’s mid-aughts hip-hop explosion, but through Solange’s lens, these same touchstones are elevated to high art.

A diverse group of musicians was tapped to contribute to When I Get Home, including Tyler, the Creator, Chassol, Playboi Carti, Standing on the Corner, Panda Bear, Devin the Dude, The-Dream and more. There are samples from the works of under-heralded H-town legends: choreographer Debbie Allen, actress Phylicia Rashad, poet Pat Parker, even the rapper Scarface. The result is a picture of a particular Houston experience as only Solange could have painted it—the familiar reframed as fantastic. A diverse group of musicians was tapped to contribute to When I Get Home, including Tyler, the Creator, Chassol, Playboi Carti, Standing on the Corner, Panda Bear, Devin the Dude, The-Dream and more. There are samples from the works of under-heralded H-town legends: choreographer Debbie Allen, actress Phylicia Rashad, poet Pat Parker, even the rapper Scarface. The result is a picture of a particular Houston experience as only Solange could have painted it—the familiar reframed as fantastic.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

In the three years since her seminal album A Seat at the Table, Solange has broadened her artistic reach, expanding her work to museum installations, unconventional live performances, and striking videos. With her fourth album, When I Get Home, the singer continues to push her vision forward with an exploration of roots and their lifelong influence. In Solange’s case, that’s the culturally rich Houston of her childhood. Some will know these references—candy paint, the late legend DJ Screw—via the city’s mid-aughts hip-hop explosion, but through Solange’s lens, these same touchstones are elevated to high art.

A diverse group of musicians was tapped to contribute to When I Get Home, including Tyler, the Creator, Chassol, Playboi Carti, Standing on the Corner, Panda Bear, Devin the Dude, The-Dream and more. There are samples from the works of under-heralded H-town legends: choreographer Debbie Allen, actress Phylicia Rashad, poet Pat Parker, even the rapper Scarface. The result is a picture of a particular Houston experience as only Solange could have painted it—the familiar reframed as fantastic. A diverse group of musicians was tapped to contribute to When I Get Home, including Tyler, the Creator, Chassol, Playboi Carti, Standing on the Corner, Panda Bear, Devin the Dude, The-Dream and more. There are samples from the works of under-heralded H-town legends: choreographer Debbie Allen, actress Phylicia Rashad, poet Pat Parker, even the rapper Scarface. The result is a picture of a particular Houston experience as only Solange could have painted it—the familiar reframed as fantastic.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

Francoise1990 ,

Christoss1

Yes yes she is back, Loving the new music🔥 she has found her lane and is riding it.
Stop hating on her Beyoncé is Beyoncé and Solange is Solange.

ConnorGissing ,

👎🏼

I like a lot of Solange’s old stuff like her True EP but this just has nothing to it. Very dull very boring production and lyrics if you can even call them that and her vocal isn’t strong enough to make up for it. As a lover of all types of R&B/Neo Soul I’m confused by this album.

MrBlazeDays ,

Incredible album.

This is a great album, very mellow and experimental. Buy it and support Solange

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