Now that [artist id="3100551"]Solange Knowles[/artist] has [article id="1609211"]cleared up rumors[/article] that she was dropped from her record label, she can begin work on her follow up to Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams.
On this next album, will the world can finally get a duet between Solange and her superstar sister, [artist id="1236911"]Beyoncé[/artist]? "I definitely think that they'll be a time and a place for me and my sister to collaborate," Solange told MTV News. "It's just all about the time and the place and letting it evolve naturally — and whenever that day happens well embrace it well come up with something good."
Until they find that time and place, Solange is hard at work on figuring out a sound for her new record, noting that it will probably go in a more moody, electronic direction. She would love to hook up with the likes of [artist id="2967584"]Chairlift[/artist], [artist id="500164"]Boards of Canada[/artist] and [artist id="2383598"]Midnight Juggernauts[/artist].
"I've actually started the early groundwork for the third record," she explained. "More so in finding out and experimenting on who I want to be on board with ... just more so experimenting with the ideas of finding one or two solid musicians and building from there."
When Beyoncé and Solange aren't busy with their careers — or trying to figure out when to get in the studio together — the girls do manage to find some time to talk about, well, music. B loves to learn about new music from her little sister. "I play a lot of new music for her, 'cause obviously she works a lot," she said. "I get the chance to introduce new music to her and that's always fun. It's sort of our little bond through music — exploring new artists."