Watch Solange's Stunning "Don't Touch My Hair" & "Cranes In The Sky" Videos

Posted by , Oct 3, 2016 at 12:27am

Solange shares two stunning new music videos, "Don't Touch My Hair" -- featuring Sampha -- and "Cranes in the Sky." Both songs appear on her new album, "A Seat at the Table."


A few days after the release of her first album in almost four years, A Seat at the Table, Solange Knowles is back with the music videos for two tracks off the album. She wrote on Twitter that the new visuals, to the songs "Don't Touch My Hair" and "Cranes in the Sky," were created by her and her husband Alan Ferguson, a well-known music video director. 

In the "Don't Touch My Hair" video, Solange leads a dance troupe through a variety of choreographed routines, each one given its own beautiful backdrop. The fashion and architecture change as do the hairstyles. The song, an expression of Black pride, features UK singer Sampha, who also shows up in the new video. 

And if you thought the visuals couldn't become any more pristine, get ready for "Cranes in the Sky." The colors, costumes -- including one of just a couple of leaves -- and the African landscapes are all brilliant on their own but so much more so when coordinated. Watch below. 

Head here to listen to A Seat at the Table, which includes features from Lil Wayne, Q-Tip, The-Dream, and more. 

Solange shares two stunning new music videos, "Don't Touch My Hair" -- featuring Sampha -- and "Cranes in the Sky." Both songs appear on her new album, "A Seat at the Table."

A few days after the release of her first album in almost four years, A Seat at the Table, Solange Knowles is back with the music videos for two tracks off the album. She wrote on Twitter that the new visuals, to the songs "Don't Touch My Hair" and "Cranes in the Sky," were created by her and her husband Alan Ferguson, a well-known music video director. 

In the "Don't Touch My Hair" video, Solange leads a dance troupe through a variety of choreographed routines, each one given its own beautiful backdrop. The fashion and architecture change as do the hairstyles. The song, an expression of Black pride, features UK singer Sampha, who also shows up in the new video. 

And if you thought the visuals couldn't become any more pristine, get ready for "Cranes in the Sky." The colors, costumes -- including one of just a couple of leaves -- and the African landscapes are all brilliant on their own but so much more so when coordinated. Watch below. 

Head here to listen to A Seat at the Table, which includes features from Lil Wayne, Q-Tip, The-Dream, and more. 

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