Why did Solange have to go back to straight hair for her latest album?

Solange is no stranger to stylists, as she has worked with many of them for the past several years.

But it was the end of 2016 when she went back to her straight hair roots and began experimenting with new looks, including a look with a cornrow hairstyle and a new look with straight hair.

“It was a difficult decision to make,” she told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in December.

“But I had to do it because my style and my style of music have changed.

It’s not the same as it used to be.”

While Solange has always done her hair in a more classic style, her latest record, “I Love You, Man,” is a lot more personal than previous records.

The song’s title is a reference to Solange’s own father, whom she says was a very strict father.

“I love you, man,” she sings on the track, which is titled after her own father.

“I’ll make you feel better when I say you’re mine.”

In the album’s video, she also references her own childhood and her father’s strict upbringing.

“He told me when I was a kid that my father was going to kill me,” she says in the video, which also includes the line, “You’re mine and you’re going to be mine forever.”

“I wanted to get rid of the word ‘my’ because it was so loaded with power and it was just so disrespectful,” Solange said in a statement to Billboard.

“It’s a very important part of my identity and it’s a thing I’ve always wanted to do but have never really had the chance to do because of my family background.”

When I was younger I was very insecure and I had a very low self-esteem.

And I always thought, ‘I don’t have the right to be a star,’ and so I was always trying to hide it, trying to pretend that it wasn’t real.

I don’t think it was real to me and it didn’t feel real.

“The song, titled “No, I’m Not Your Man,” features a clip from the HBO documentary “The Wire” about the life of the infamous mobster, which features the line “the man who doesn’t kill you is the one who keeps you alive.””

In the beginning, I was like, ‘Well, if this is how you feel, I can’t do this,’ ” Solange told Billboard.

But the song did inspire her to do some more radical stylings, including in the track “Fruit Salad,” which features her own signature hairstyle.”

My mother was the one with a more feminine style. “

My father was a strict disciplinarian and so we were very different.

My mother was the one with a more feminine style.

She was the girl that always looked up to me, and my mother always loved me.

She didn’t even try to hurt me.

She also collaborated with the actress Eva Green, who plays a character named “Bertie” in the new film.””

There was a moment on the set where the director asked me to put this short curly hair on my face and I went to the salon and it came out this really nice curly hair, and it just clicked with me.”

She also collaborated with the actress Eva Green, who plays a character named “Bertie” in the new film.

“She’s the kind of person that is always like, how are you doing?,” she recalled of the actress, who was there to film the scene.

“She was really nice.

She helped me out a lot.

I’ve been with her for two or three years.

She’s very talented and she’s always supportive of me.”

In an Instagram post on Saturday, Solange also announced the release of her sixth studio album, titled, “No Matter What,” due to be released in the spring.