Solange kicked off Grammy weekend on a high note with a sold-out show at the House of Blues in Los Angeles on Thursday night. As her sister Beyoncé and brother-in-law Jay-Z watched from the balcony, the 26-year-old singer and her band including Devonté “Dev” Hynes performed new material off her EP True.
She had everyone including her big sis dancing along to her funky single “Losing You” and took it back to 2002 with The Neptunes-produced “Crush.”
“I seriously have the best fucking job in the world to be here with you guys,” said Solange, who will wrap her U.S. tour on February 23 in Chicago.
She also debuted the extended version of “Looks Good With Trouble,” an interlude on True, and closed with “Sandcastle Disco” off 2008’s Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams.
In addition to Bey and Jay, the star-studded crowd included Pharrell, Timbaland, Melanie Fiona, Bridget Kelly, and Roc Nation’s newest signee Kylie Minogue. Jhené Aiko warmed up the crowd with her smooth sounds.
Watch more clips from Solo’s soulful set below.