Solange Knowles Gets Sexy For Complex Magazine Cover + Launches New Record Company and Releases ‘Looks Good With Trouble’ Remix Featuring Kendrick Lamar


Being Beyonce’s little sister must be grand. Solange recently revealed that she is getting ready to start her own music label, called ‘Saint Records‘.  Not many artist in Solange’s shoes has had this type of opportunity. Her label will be  a collaboration with Sony Music. This collaboration gives Solange one hundred percent creative and artistic control  of her music.

The 26 year old singer recently dropped a remix to ‘Looks Good With Trouble’ featuring Kendrick Lamar. The song sounds really nice. Solange makes good music, there is no denying that. Head over to The Gossip Wrap Up, to hear the full song.



Peep a few excerpts from baby girl’s Complex interview:

 On how she first started her rebellion against the industry: “I wanted to make all of the creative artistic decisions but I wasn’t the one paying for it. And they didn’t fully trust me to make them,” she says. “Every decision was a battle. It was exhausting. I wanted to be in a position where not only was the music fully my body of work, but everything thereafter was also my body of work. I knew that meant I had to leave and that I had to struggle.”

On being so ambitious in her own way: “I have a mother who never took no for an answer when it came to her creative pursuits,” Solange says. “She started a hair salon in her spare bedroom and four years later had 30 employees. I have a father who was the first black student at his junior high and high school and had to do a lot to get to that point. So it’s really in my bloodline when it comes to having an idea and making it happen.”

On the writing/recording process with producer Dev hynes for her newer music: “We were either staying in a rented house or he was staying with me, my boyfriend, and my son. Everything that happened on this record was literally waking up, him usually before me, going and creating the bones to the track and then me rolling over and hearing it while I’m fixing breakfast. When you’re making music like that, where it’s a natural extension of your day, it’s so much more enjoyable,” Solange says. “I remember being in writing sessions and having to put disclaimers out every time I was about to share something. You need to be in a space where you can just say, ‘All right. This is what I’m feeling.'”

On her home life: “When I’m home, I’m just straight mommin’ it,” Solange says of life in Brooklyn, which revolves around 8-year-old Juelz. “School runs, play dates, soccer games, etc. You have to constantly fight for that balance and now I kinda got it under control.” After a hectic few weeks on tour, she’s looking forward to leaving town with Juelz later today for a two-week vacation-a week in L.A. and a week in New Orleans, where she feels very, very at home. “I go to crazy bounce clubs,” she says. “I eat crazy po’ boys, drink daiquiris. I ride my bike a lot.”