Solange Goes Behind The Scenes Of 'A Seat At The Table' With New Documentary

Take an inside look at one of the year's most powerful albums.

Written by Live Nation Staff • October 6, 2016

Solange has developed a knack for surprises. Less than a week after dropping her LP A Seat At The Table with little warning, she's back with a documentary about the making of the stunning album. In the 11-minute clip, Solange takes viewers across all aspects of the album's production, from brainstorming sessions to sound experimentation to studio visits with collaborators from Sampha to her son Julez, plus sneak-peeks of early versions of tracks like "Mad" and "Don't Touch My Hair." The documentary is broken up into three parts and has Long Island, New Orleans and Los Angeles as back-drops. "When I look back at the beginning stages," says Solange in a statement, "I remember the powerful energy that set the tone, and that I'm so grateful followed us everywhere during the creation of this record." Watch below.