When singer Solange’s breakthrough album, A Seat At The Table came out in September 2016, it quickly rose the number one album all over. Solange took the opportunity to thank her fans for helping her achieve the chart-topping position. She turned her attention to the fans and told them she is a better person for having made the album.
“And I thank you and everyone else who has been a voice for the project ….endlessly. So much gratitude,” the talented singer/songwriter said. “All love….all love…but most of all. I feel like a better human after releasing A Seat At The Table. A better woman, a better mom, a better wife. Thank you.”
Since then, the 34-year-old mother of two has been touring all over the world, releasing new music all while balancing being a mother.
But Solange wasn’t always used to the fame. Some things in her past caused Solange to seek help.
Unlike other people who may just “go with it” after being told what may be ailing them, Solange Knowles did not find solace in her doctor’s words. In fact, Beyoncé’s younger sister went for a second opinion.
The soulful songstress says she’s always been full of energy and claims that sometimes her sporadic speech and effervescence led people to believe she was on drugs. The real culprit? ADHD.
Knowles says that when a doctor told her she had ADHD she did not believe him: “I was diagnosed with ADHD twice. I didn’t believe the first doctor who told me and I had a whole theory that ADHD was just something they invented to make you pay for medicine, but then the second doctor told me I had it.”
She also said that she feels everyone in the music business seems to suffer from the symptoms of ADHD. “The symptoms seem to apply to everyone around me in the industry. Loss of memory, starting something and not finishing it…”