Solange Wins Her Very First Grammy For Best R&B Performance!

Photo by getty images
The 2017 ESSENCE Festival performer scores big on music’s biggest night.

Solange has joined her sister Beyoncé as a Grammy winner!

During the 59th annual awards show, the singer scored her very first Grammy for Best R&B Performance with “Cranes In The Sky."

RELATED: Solange Pays Tribute to Erykah Badu: 'She Is A Beautiful Reminder That You Cannot Put Us In A Box'

ESSENCE Festival 2017 ticket packages are on sale now! For more info about tickets, accommodations and the latest news, visit our Festival page here.

“Cranes On The Sky” was released on Solo’s album, A Seat At The Table, and the track with themes of self love, self-doubt and blackness in America was a standout from the start.

RELATED: Solange's Performance At The Busboys And Poets 'Peace Ball' Was The Blackest Thing To See Before Trump's Inauguration

While her winning category wasn't televised, Solange took to Twitter to express her gratitude. 

The 2017 ESSENCE Festival performer beat out fellow nominees Rihanna, Mya, Musiq Soulchild, Ro James and BJ the Chicago Kid to score big on music’s biggest night.

Congratulations Solange, keep sprinkling your Black Girl Magic!

Read More