God bless Solange. When life handed her lemons—in the form of a world-dominating, longest-shadow-casting super-diva sister— she went ahead and made herself a lemon drink, dammit. She built herself a sandcastle disco in the sky; she brought B and the Jigga Man to a Grizzly Bear show; she covered her some Bjork.
Now, she’s taken on agit-pop experimentalists the Dirty Projectors’ “Stillness Is the Move”; in her hands, it’s less a Prince-ly harpsichord freakout than a sultry, slow-grind soul jam. Listen below (via Pitchfork):
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