11 Things We Learned From Solange’s Interview With Beyoncé

Like, “Cranes in the Sky” isn’t about birds.

For the first time ever, the famously private Knowles sisters let us in on a conversation between them for Interview magazine. In the article, they talk about Solange’s hit album A Seat at the Table, lessons from their parents, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and more.

For the first time ever, the famously private Knowles sisters let us in on a conversation between them for Interview magazine. In the article, they talk about Solange's hit album A Seat at the Table, lessons from their parents, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and more.

Interview Magazine

You may think you’re Solange’s biggest fan, but actually, Beyoncé is.

You may think you're Solange's biggest fan, but actually, Beyoncé is.

Beyoncé set the record straight right in the beginning of the conversation. “I'm so happy to interview you because, clearly, I'm your biggest fan,” she said. “And I'm super proud of you.”

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Solange chose Master P to narrate A Seat at the Table because he reminds her of her dad.

Solange chose Master P to narrate A Seat at the Table because he reminds her of her dad.

Mathew Knowles' community chose him to be one of the first students to integrate his southern elementary school, and later, junior high school. Solange believes his experience falls in line with the legendary rapper's journey out of the south as well. “To evolve from that and still have your sense of independence and still have your stride and your strength, and to dream big enough that you can create something from the ground up bigger than any community, neighborhood, or those four corners … I remember reading or hearing things about Master P that reminded me so much of Dad growing up,” Solange explained.

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