On Friday, Solange dropped her highly-anticipated album, A Seat at the Table, which she described in a press release as "a project on identity, empowerment, independence, grief, and healing."Since this was her first album release since 2012, it's safe to say her fans were ecstatic to hear new music from the singer. (Including her sister Beyoncé, who posted a congratulatory Instagram.) If you've had the songs on repeat for the last several days, we have good news: Solange has just released two beautiful music videos to accompany the album.
Solange took to Instagram to announce the videos, writing about how excited she was to share the visuals she created with her husband Alan Ferguson. "We put soooo much love into these and I hope they make you proud," she captioned the photo.
In addition to being visually stunning, the videos reflect Solange's artful personal style. The videos' art director, Carlota Guerrero, shed some light on the backstory behind one of the most memorable looks: the intertwined purple dresses, which she says were inspired by Issey Miyake and were created by Solange's mother Tina Lawson in just two days. Press play on the videos below to see the amazing works of art for yourself.
Scroll down to watch Solange's new music videos for "Cranes in the Sky" and "Don't Touch My Hair."