Saturday, August 1, 2015

Made in America 2013: Solange is all smiles

Solange Knowles charmed the Liberty stage audience with her soulful R&B Sunday afternoon set at the Liberty stage.

Made in America 2013: Solange is all smiles

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Solange Knowles charmed the audience with her soulful R&B Sunday afternoon set at the Liberty stage.

Although some may jump to compare Solange to that of her superstar sister Beyoncé (who performed the night before), the younger Knowles is her own entity. She tends to keep it way more down to earth and has developed her own sense of style and being. She's funky, artsy and has way more indie appeal.

The singer couldn't help but smile as her fan base was loud and dedicated. "It humbles me to see so many of y'all singing the old songs. I appreciate you following me through my evolution."

She kicked her set off with "Don't Let Me Down" and transitioned into dancy tunes like "Somethings Never Seem To F*cking Work" and the ever bubbly "Losing You".

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