“It’s OK that you don’t know what the future holds.”
For Teen Vogue’s Music Issue, singer Solange wrote a letter to her teenage self in which she expressed her desire for her teen self to not to be in a rush to grow up and figure everything out.
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The “Cranes in the Sky” singer described being teased by children and adults as a child but encouraged herself that, as she grows other, she will, “turn those words into a symbol of beauty.” She reflected on her supportive, successful mother who makes her feel “invincible” who surrounded her with other black women who make “the impossible look effortless.” Read more…
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