Discussion #3

This article tells the old story of Solange as a black woman. She always went to church with her family. But the neighborhood was South Carolina, a very racist place. He even went so far as to scold black people. Also, she should have shuddered in front of a criminal who killed nine black people. She had to live in pain just because she was black. Every time she did, she believed in the Holy Spirit. Then she began to write songs. I think her past may have helped create her song now. Her songs are very creative. Even though I was a foreigner, I was very impressed. She felt the limit in making songs herself, changed the existing methods and recreated them in new ways. She has also been asked many questions related to her family. Since she was young, she has been in the spotlight and continued Beyonce’s business. But she was a wonderful woman who could distinguish between public and private. The family work continued its career with family work. She kept making songs without commenting on her life. As Instagram quickly established itself as one of the main visual media on the Internet, Solange was transforming into a kind of style icon, famous for her vibrant, pattern-crazed appearance and for incorporating other artists into her works. It was a more successful, more natural way than cover art put out by musicians like Kanye West. “Feating Frank views with her people on risk and history, many of the songs are about American blackness, black womanhood, grip and outridge in an open physical — or, say, “may, that’s why.” And she says, “It’s an offering to those who despair over the country’s distributions.”

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