Track List

Rise

Weary

Interlude: The Glory Is In You

Cranes In The Sky

Interlude: Dad Was Mad

Mad (Feat. Lil Wayne)

Don't You Wait

Interlude: Tina Taught Me (Feat. Sampha)

Don't Touch My Hair

Interlude: This Moment

Where Do We Go

Interlude: For Us By Us

F.U.B.U. (Feat. BJ The Chicago Kid & The-Dream)

Borderline (An Ode To Self Care) (Feat. Q-Tip)

Interlude: I Got So Much Magic, You Can Have It (Feat. Kelly Rowland & Nia Andrews)

Junie

Interlude: No Limits

Don't Wish Me Well

Interlude: Pedestals

Scales (Feat. Kelela)

Closing: The Chosen Ones

Solange - A Seat At The Table (2xLP - Download Card)
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Release Date: 12/09/2016
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A Seat at the Table is the third studio album by American singer and songwriter Solange. Following the release of her second studio album Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams (2008), Knowles began work on her third studio album, during which she suffered a "breakdown" due to the amount of time and emotion she was putting into the recording process. While recording the album Knowles released an EP entitled True (2012) and launched her own record label named Saint Records. Writing for the album began as early as 2008, while the albums recording sessions took part from 2013 to June 2016. The album was widely acclaimed by music critics and became Solange's first number-one album on the Billboard 200 in the United States, debuting with 46,000 copies sold (72,000 with additional album-equivalent units).[1] The album features collaborations with Lil Wayne, Sampha, The-Dream, BJ the Chicago Kid, Q-Tip, Kelly Rowland, Kelela, David Longstreth of Dirty Projectors, and Tweet among others.