Solange Performed At The DC Peace Ball Ahead Of Inauguration

Like cranes in the sky.

It's official now: Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States. Before the dismal inauguration ceremony that took place before a bleak crowd at the Capitol, Solange was on-site to sing at the Peace Ball held at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Angela Davis introduced Solange, who performed several tracks off her No. 1 album, A Seat at the Table, including “Weary,” “Cranes in the Sky,” “Mad” and “Don’t Touch My Hair.” Watch a few of the performances below:

#PressPlay #Solange slaying at the #PeaceBall at #BusBoysAndPoets! Via: @onsitefotos

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#peaceball Solange!

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#AngelaDavis #Solange 😍😍#PeaceBall2017 #PeaceBall

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