After taking over Blackplanet to tease her new upcoming project, Solange has teased a new music video.
Last night, the Houston singer shared a clip of what looks like a new music video to her Instagram page and in the caption she shouted out Houston rapper Devin the Dude.
The singer is a huge fan of the rapper. In 2011, she sang a cover of the rapper’s song “Ashtray” during her SXSW performance, and his voice is sampled in the video clip.
In the clip, women stand in formation wearing black blazers, black pants, and black bikini tops while moving their arms. Then Solange takes a spin in a black and white snakeskin outfit before the clip swiftly changes to Solange in bed next to her friend who is playfully rapping.
Afterward, Solange is seen amongst of group of women rocking brown outfits and blonde wigs while dancing slowly. Then the clip changes to a woman who says, “Do nothing without intention.”
From Solange’s Blackplanet takeover and this video clip, it’s safe to assume that the “Don’t Touch My Hair” singer will be releasing new music soon.
Solange shared another video tease via Instagram. She wrote, “callll meeee 281-330-8004 !
s/o mike jones 4 life!”
In the comments, the singer wrote, “special announcement on tha hotliiiinnneee”. As of now (11:18 a.m. EST), when the phone number is called you receive an error message saying that the number is temporarily unavailable.
In the clip, Solange is rocking a black tube halter top and black shorts paired with black and white snakeskin boots as she sings, “Call me…on the way to the show. Way to the show. Candy paint down. Open doors,” while being surrounded by women rocking the same outfit.
*Update* (1:41p.m. EST)
Solange shared the tracklisting to her new upcoming album via her Instagram story. The project will be comprised of 19 songs, which includes a song titled the same as Aaliyah’s record, “Down With The Clique, which appeared on her 1994 debut album, Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number. Take a look below.
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