Solange in the music video for the song “Cranes In The Sky” which was written by herself and Raphael Saadiq. The song “Cranes In The Sky” is the first single from Solange’s third album, “A Seat at the Table.”
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Solange in the music video for the music single’Losing You.’
Solange Knowles recently performed at the 39th San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade this weekend and came with her unique fashion style, as always, by wearing a multi-colored shiny spandex outfit which incorporated the rainbow colors which the LGBT community adopted.
Beyonce Knowles, Jazy, Diddy, Solange Knowles, and Janice Combs arrive at the January 20th, 2009 Barack Obama Inauguration.
Kelly Rowland first got a taste of solo success with her 2002 debut, Simply Deep, but for her self-titled sophomore effort, the Destiny’s Child songstress is diving into even deeper waters, revealing just how’s she’s matured as an artist and into a real independent woman. "[Recording this new album] has really been a growth experience," […]
Beyonce sat down for an interview with Shaun Robinson of Access Hollywood to discuss about her tour with Alicia Keys and Missy Elliott which kicked off March 12 and sister’s recent wedding bells. Shaun: Your little sister Solange got married. She’s so young. Were you happy? Were you surprised? Beyonce: She’s young but she’s very […]
Multi-media star Beyonce will appear on the small screen this fall with a cameo appearance on an episode of All Of Us, the UPN sitcom executive-produced by Will Smith and wife Jada Pinkett-Smith. Currently starring in theaters opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. in the Fighting Temptations, Beyonce will appear as herself on the October 7 episode, […]
Beyonce’s debut solo album, Dangerously In Love, is expected to be released in March 2003.
Beyonce Knowles, one-third of pop/R&B sensation Destiny’s Child, is in advanced negotiations to make her feature film debut as the female lead in New Line Cinema’s “Austin Powers 3: Goldmember” for director Jay Roach. Production is scheduled to begin next month for a July 26, 2002, release date.