For anyone that's been sleeping under a rock for the past several months, Solange is an innovator. If not for her, so many R&B and Soul artists wouldn't be referencing the '60s in their sound and imagery. She recently took to Twitter to express a very spirited opinion on those who dare traipse upon her patented '60s stylings:
"after i did i decided alot of folks were digging it but alot of folks thought were confused about "the look" now every which a way i turn..everyone is in a 60's girl group reference. its like traditional r&b again to do the 60's sound, look ect.[sic]"
Girl, bye. We opined many moons ago that perhaps too many artists were using the '60s as a creative touchstone.
Beyond that, a good portion of the acts mentioned in our write-up had
naturally progressed in that direction and were doing it long before Sol-Angel touched down. But when your frame of reference doesn't extend beyond Destiny's Child alumni, such thin observations are to be expected.
Could Solange be referring to Letoya Luckett? Check out the clip for "Not Anymore" and decide if you care.