Solange just released the film version of When I Get Home, her fourth studio album.
The singer-songwriter and Houston star announced the visual accompanying the album on Instagram and shared a clip on Twitter Friday evening (March 1) with the caption “A Texas Film.”
The project’s rollout has been swift and stunning, from the BlackPanet page preview to the teaser videos she shared on social media on Feb. 27 to the track-list artwork released on Feb. 28, along with the Mike Jones dial-in number song snippet, to the album drop on March 1st. She helmed a seamless and sensational transition from Black History Month to Women’s History Month.
The album itself boasts features, appearances, and production from Pharrell, Steve Lacy, Scarface, Tyler, The Creator, Playboi Carti, and more.
Watch the visual film and stream When I Get Home above and stream the album below.
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