Solange: A Seat at the Table

Solange: A Seat at the Table

By Andrew Paschal

With this unapologetic examination of blackness in America, Solange boldly cements her status as a voice to be reckoned with. 26 Oct 2016 // 2:25 AM

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Tricks or Treats? Ten Halloween Blu-rays That May Disrupt Your Life

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"The best of this stuff'll kill you.

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