On the cusp of 2019s Women’s History Month and Black History Month Solange brings us her fourth studio album, When I Get Home. Solange has already shown us she is multifaceted in many aspects of her creativity especially music and this album only strengthens that narrative. She herself described the album as jazzy with electronic and a lot of hip hop drum that would make your trunk jump. With a roll out including Solange’s own page on BlackPlanet.com and the ability to call Mike Jones famous phone number, 281-330-8005, to hear snippets of the songs themselves we could only expect it to be extraordinary. Features and vocals from PlayBoi Carti, Gucci Mane, Cassie, Steve Lacy, Abra and many others help to pull the 19 track album together. Solange was also gracious enough to drop a 33 minute companion visual for the album, which also doubles as a tribute to her hometown of Houston. Both the album and visual can be found here on Apple Music. When I Get Home is also available on all major streaming services.
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In Episode 038 of The Perfect Play Podcast we sit down with Traptastic founder Rodney Smith as he shares his humble beginnings growing up in Virginia Beach, The impact "Uncle Chris" had on him in his early 20's working at renowned skate shop Sole Brother, Helping launch Party Paparazzi, How Traptastic began, Withstanding two major venue closings and much more including when he imagines Traptastic will come to an end. Listen now in our bio.
we are proud to announce our guest for tomorrow’s Episode 038 of The Perfect Play Podcast will be @rod_baby of @thetraptastic ▶️