Beyonce's sister Solange says she was fighting for life while recording her When I Get Home album

Beyonce's sister Solange says she was fighting for life while recording her When I Get Home album

- Solange Knowles has shared that she was literally fighting for her life when she made When I Get Home

- Solange took to social media to celebrate the two-year-anniversary of the 2019 album

- Beyoncé's sister shared that she had been in and out of hospitals when she started recording the project

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Solange Knowles has revealed that she was fighting for her life when she made her last album.

The US singer shared that she was in and out of the hospital due to "depleting health and broken spirits" when she started recording When I Get Home.

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Solange, who is Beyoncé's sister, took to Instagram on Tuesday, 2 March to celebrate the two-year-anniversary of the 2019 project that "changed my life".

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In a lengthy post, Solange shared that she'd be celebrating the project all week long.

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The songstress' fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her post. Check out some of their reactions below:


"Changed my life too!! Love you, miss you, always proud of you."


"This project was absolutely stunning. The visual project was breath taking. Both the audio and visuals have done something for me that I can’t even explain.
"You wouldn’t even believe how many times I’ve replayed both and still do. You are a huge inspiration to me. Thank you for all that you’ve done and will continue to do. I’d love to make etouffe with you some day."

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"OMG two years ago?? I was a senior in high school and I played this album on the way to school every day."


"The way you continuously evolve and showcase your evolution so flawlessly. You say the things that you didn’t know when you created this masterpiece but we listened and absorbed it and took meaning to it. You are someone who creates with longevity and that is something most people cannot tap into."

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Solange Knowles
Solange Knowles said she was fighting for her life while making 'When I Get Home'. Photos: @saintrecords
Source: Instagram

In other news, earlier reported that Cardi B promised to work with singer Lizzo.

Cardi admired Lizzo's pictures and posted a photo set of her looking glammed up. A fan then asked when Cardi is going to release a song with Lizzo.

Another fan asked Cardi when she's going to work with Lizzo and the rapper started feeling a little bit of pressure from her audience.

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The singer said she would work with Lizzo but warned her fans not to pressure her.


Sola Oloruni is a journalist with five years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, where she obtained a post-graduate diploma in 2015.

Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.

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