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Where are the political pop stars?

Report and Interview by Lisa Verrico, The Sunday Times, 11 December 2016

Selfie-obsessed stars are selling out to the power of branding. ...

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Dirty Projectors, Solange Knowles, and the Perils of Music-Racism

Comment by Maura Johnston, The Village Voice, 19 January 2010

On 'Stillness Is the Move' and the uselessness of genre. ...

Solange: XOYO, London

Live Review by Simon Price, Independent on Sunday, 20 January 2013

Little Sister Solange Is Doing It For Herself Solange suggests there is more than one musical genius in the Knowles family ...

Solange's A Seat At the Table Is The Epitome of #Woke Music

Review by Miles Marshall Lewis, Essence, 3 October 2016

Solo comes with Nina Simone, 'Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair' levels of intra-cultural adoration all over A Seat at the Table. ...

Solange: A Seat At The Table

Review by Jamie Atkins, Record Collector, January 2017

WITH 2012's EP True – the wonderful lead single 'Losing You' in particular – Solange Knowles minted a melancholy kind of lilting soul; as in ...

Solange: When I Get Home

Review by Kate Mossman, The Observer, 9 March 2019

Solange Knowles's tantalising fourth album conjures fragments and fleeting impressions that get inside your head. ...

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