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No matter what the topic, Tracee Ellis Ross never lets us down.

Amber McKynzie
Oct, 01, 2016

Leave it to Tracee Ellis Ross to recreate Solange Knowles' new album cover.

For those who might be late to the party, Solo dropped her third studio album, A Seat at the Table, yesterday. The album eloquently tailors the hopes, fears, scars and heartache that come with being beautifully Black in America. And we absolutely love it.

In the bold and courageous spirit of Solange's latest project, Tracee Ellis Ross recreated the essence of the 30-year-old fashion icon's album artwork with a stunning, ready-to-join-the-movement image that capitvated the inspiration behind Solo's entire LP.

#TraceeEllisRoss captured my mood after listening to #Solange's album 😩😩 #ASeatAtTheTable

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Loving Tracee's recreation, the 'Net was kind enough to provide us with a side-by-side image of two powerful Black women!