Solange has just been named “Woman of the Year” by Glamor magazine!
Thanks to the very committed and very inspired A Seat At The Table, her third studio album released in September 2016, Beyoncé’s sister has become a reference model and the mouthpiece of the cause of black women around the world, and especially in the USA.
On the occasion of this beautiful news, Solange told in interview how was born this album awarded by several Grammy Awards.
“I knew I had to make this record to become a better person, a better mother, a better wife, a better friend. I carried too many micro aggressions that turned into trauma, then rage and finally it became a weight that I carried everywhere I went. I wanted to dismount all that I could to heal and not pass on this negativity to my son. ”
A woman of character, the singer does not have the language in her pocket and does not hesitate to say out loud what she thinks, especially during the Grammy Awards, where she lambasted the lack of diversity during this great musical event .
“There have only been two black winners in the past two decades in Album of the Year. While there were nearly 200 black artists on the scene. “