It's No Wonder Why Solange Knowles Separated From Her Husband

 

It's No Wonder Why Solange Knowles Separated From Her Husband

2020/06/30

Solange Knowles and Alan Ferguson frequently worked together on many projects, with Ferguson co-directing the 45-minute film she released with her 2019 album "When I Get Home," as well as music videos for her 2016 singles "Cranes in the Sky" and "Don't Touch My Hair." 



Sounds like a strong partnership, yes? Well, Solange wasn't so sure about it at first. In January 2017, Interview published a chat between Beyonce and Solange, in which the younger songstress claimed that she was nervous to work with Ferguson, fearing it would change their loving dynamic at home. 


"I remember telling you years ago that I wanted to work with him, but I was scared because I felt like our relationship, by the grace of God, is the one thing that I can count on to be intact and to be solid," Solange told Beyonce, adding, "When I go out in the world, I know that when I come home, I'm going to find peace with him. And I didn't want any variable that could interrupt that."


As Solange revealed in the interview, it was Beyonce who reassured her that working with her romantic partner was a good idea. "And you actually encouraged that and said, 'I swear, you guys are going to be just fine and will probably make the best work that you have ever made because of the way that you love and respect one another and each other's vision,'" Solange recalled. 
















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