As has plagued most of ‘Baby Boy’ singer Beyonce‘s pregnancy, rumors have swirled around the birth of her newborn daughter Blue Ivy. And while attempts to mitigate such by the well wishes of hospital staff members and fellow celebrities have come multi-fold, some fans are still not as easily convinced and have bombarded social media outlets with theories and even ridicule. But, despite remaining mum throughout most of the ordeal, Beyonce’s sister, ‘I Decided’ singer Solange Knowles, decided to break her silence (much like family friend Michelle Williams) today.
Taking to the very same front that has seen its last days filled with naysayers, Solange unleashed her thoughts via Twitter saying…
The singer’s address comes days after her feature in the Justin Bieber fronted ‘music edition’ of ‘V’ magazine. There, the ‘Sandcastle Disco’ diva discussed plans for her new album, slated to drop this year, including her influences and more:
“There are a lot of songs about sex. It’s the kind of record you put on when your man is coming over, when you’re with your girls. There are songs that make you wanna dance because we were kind of partying our way through the record, but it’s very chill.”
“My references for the record were all Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, not just their typical Janet and Prince stuff, but SOS Band and their b-sides with Chaka Khan. At first the songs were really dark because I had a premonition before the record that I was going to die. I was having panic attacks and wiling out.”
“I don’t need anyone telling me ‘this isn’t cool enough’ or anyone from the opposite end saying ‘this seems kind of weird.’ I’m lucky enough to have been in this business for so long that I know how it works. It’s not that hard. It’s not rocket science.”