A few days after the debut of the visual for "Almeda," Solange is serving up another self-directed video. This time around, the 32-year-old polymath is revisiting her recently-released When I Get Home album, choosing to drop a vignette for "Binz." Notably, the "Binz" music video revolves around an array of dance routines from Solange, who appears to have pieced the visual together using a variety of self-shot clips.
“Speaking my truth, it’s rather difficult as a producer to sometimes be reduced to just a songwriter or just the artist when you spent 18 hours editing one drum sound, and I think we’ve come a long way from that for women, but it’s still got a little ways to go—the way we’re able to have that conversation about Rick Rubin but we’re not extending that conversation to others," Solange told us earlier this month, speaking to us as we sat in attendance at her SHAPE event in Texas. "With this album, I had so much to feel. Words would have been reductive to what I needed to feel and express. It’s in the sonics for me."
You can take a look at Solange’s new music video for "Binz" above. Besides the aforementioned track, Solange’s When I Get Home LP also boasts contributions from Pharrell Williams, Dev Hynes, Tyler the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Steve Lacy, Metro Boomin, Cassie and Sampha; altogether, the album gives listeners 19 new records to digest.
For more, check out Solange’s short film for When I Get Home, which she dropped at the beginning of the month.