Musicians go through a great deal to make sure that their tracks, EPs or albums come out well and impresses their fan bases. Although not all of them stress out for an album, others do not have a choice.
Solange Knowles, an awesome musician, recently disclosed how her health went from bad to worse in 2019, while she was working on he album.
After all had been said done, the album came out well and the singer pulled through the difficult time. How did she cope? Read below.
Solange’s Early Life
Solange Piaget Knowles was born in Houston, Texas on June 24, 1086. She is well known as a singer and performing artist. Another notable description is that she is the sister of all-time music star, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter.
Aside from her movie career, Solange also dabbled into movies, where she starred in “Bring It On: All or Nothing.”
Solange was practically surrounded by music all her life and with her father, Mathew Knowles as her manage, she kicked off her full career in 2001.
Solange’s Music Prowess
In 2001, Solange became a lead singer, with the backing of her sister’s girl group called Destiny’s Child. Moving on, the singer also performed in “Hey Goldmember,” which was used as a soundtrack for a 2002 film.
In 2003, Mathew announced that he had plans to include Solange as a member of Destiny’s Child as one of the members quit, and fans approved of it.
However, a few months later, Beyoncé disclosed that Solange would not be part of the group, they members of the band decided to remain a trio.
The Making Of ‘When I Get Home’
The 2019 album was an incredible achievement for Solange as she went through a lot of obstacles to see it completed.
In a recent two-year remembrance on Instagram, Solange detailed the difficulties she was faced with, while making the album and it centered around her health.
She went on to say that the project was a life changer for her, as she had to battle a degrading physical health to see it completed. The “Almeda” singer also stated that she often pleaded with God for a good sign regarding the album and he head her prayers.
She Learned A Lot In 2019
In the Instagram post, Solange refrained from mentioning the kind of sickness she battled with, but she did explain that is was very serious.
Furthermore, she explained that she learned a lot from 2019 project, which makes it one of her special albums.
“When I listen back, I hear a woman who had only an inkling of what the journey entailed, but didn’t have a clue of why or what the journey would look like,” she said.
She also continued by saying that the one thing the album taught her, is the fact that when someone starts a journey, they cannot go back on it.