Solange Opens Up to Sister Beyoncé For 'Interview' Magazine

This is the definition of sibling goals.
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Beyoncé has been notoriously choosy about who she grants interview privileges to in the past, but for once here's a Q&A she can get really excited about: the one she conducted with her sister, Solange, for the latter's Interview cover story.

Solange's gorgeous and glowy February Interview cover comes six months after the release of her critically acclaimed album "A Seat At The Table." The conversation between Solange and Beyoncé touches on everything from the making of the album to the way they were raised, and gives unique insight into the life of a family that produced two musical and cultural powerhouses. In the interview, Solange comments on the now-iconic hairstyle she's depicted in on the cover of her album, the process of creating the visuals and being inspired by Björk, in addition to touching on very Knowles-sister-appropriate topics like what misconceptions she deals with as a result of being a strong woman. "Our mother always taught us to be in control of our voice and our bodies and our work, and she showed us that through her example," Solange notes.

Whatever Ms. Tina Knowles was teaching her two daughters, we'd be happy to take a crash course in it, that's for sure. Read the full interview here.

Photo: Interview Magazine

Photo: Interview Magazine

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