Solange Has A Seat At The ‘SNL’ Table With Two Soul Stirring Performances

Solange has had fans and music lovers alike under her spell ever since the release of her third solo album A Seat At The Table. While fans continue to show their love and appreciation for the 21-track record, the good folks over at Saturday Night Live did us all a solid by booking Solo for her first ever performance (Nov. 5) on the sketch comedy show.

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Performing her hits “Cranes In The Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair” alongside UK singer-songwriter Sampha, Solange brought her calming soulful vibes to the SNL stage. While Academy Award nominee Benedict Cumberbatch acted as the maestro for the evening, showcasing some impressive comedic chops, all eyes were on Solo.

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Big sis Beyonce along with Miss Tina Lawson were also on hand to celebrate Solange’s latest accomplishment.

She’s still our baby ??We have Been picking her up like this since she was 10 yrs old . On the legendary SNL stage??

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Watch Solange’s soulful performances above.