Solange Knowles on Complex Magazine

"It’s just about putting the music out when it’s ready. When I wake up in the morning, I get dressed for myself, I listen to what I wanna listen to, I make decisions for me. It’s been interesting to navigate that from such a young age so publicly. But life is short and you have to live for you. I would never wanna look back on my life and feel like I missed out on any of that.”says Solange on her Complex interview
“I have a mother who never took no for an answer when it came to her creative pursuits. She started a hair salon in her spare bedroom and four years later had 30 employees."
"I have a father who was the first black student at his junior high and high school and had to do a lot to get to that point. So it’s really in my bloodline when it comes to having an idea and making it happen.”
“I wanted to make all of the creative artistic decisions but I wasn’t the one paying for it. And they didn’t fully trust me to make them,” she says. “Every decision was a battle. It was exhausting. I wanted to be in a position where not only was the music fully my body of work, but everything thereafter was also my body of work. I knew that meant I had to leave and that I had to struggle.” She split with the label and later that year leaked a song called “Fuck the Industry (Signed Sincerely).” 
Stay aside Bey....Solange has got this...
Solange has been such an inspiration to many...on the music industry, lifestyle and ooooh,the beauty part of her life...who doesn't dig her natural hair styles?!
On this interview,Solange opens up about alot of things in her life...including her working relationship with Dev Haynes
If you can get the magazine...this is a worth read,especially for Solange fans

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