Proving she's not just Beyoncé's little sister, Solange Knowles is making a big career move and bringing in some additional star power to sweeten the deal.
On Tuesday, the 26-year-old singer-songwriter announced on Twitter, "Super stoked to announce I've started my own label,SAINT RECORDS,where I'll be releasing my music & other projects distributed through SONY!"
Though all eyes will be on her big sister the next day, it was Solange Knowles' time to shine as she performed a DJ set at the Audi Celebrates the Super Bowl event at the at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans on Saturday (February 2).
The 26-year-old singer wore a stylish white jacket over a short white dress and high heels as she entertained the crowds with fellow performers Santigold and Diplo.
Taking time out of their busy schedules to help the greater good, stars of all walks joined together in attending the 2012 Angel Ball in New York City on Monday night (October 22).
Certainly not lacking in the eye candy department, the Big Apple soiree drew a bevy of supermodels including Leonardo DiCaprio's ex-flame Bar Refaeli, Russian vixen Irina Shayk and Victoria's Secret up-and-comer Erin Heatherton, who were all on hand to do their part in supporting the cancer research backing bash.
Stepping up to do their part for cancer research, Nelly, Solange Knowles, and Ashanti were among the celebs on hand for this year’s Angel Ball in New York City on Monday (October 22).
Showing off their impeccable beauty, Solange rocked the red carpet in a beautiful white frock, while Ashanti wowed in a flowing blush-colored gown. Bringing his own style to the star-studded affair, Nelly sported a perfectly fitted suit, which he accompanied with aviator sunglasses and diamond stud earrings.
Bringing fashion and fundraising together for a great cause, the stars gathered together on Saturday evening (September 22) for the fourth annual amFAR’s Milan Fashion Gala in Milan, Italy.
The event, which was presented by Moët Hennessy and held at the Westin Palace, had celebs, models, singers and more slipping into their best ensembles to help raise funds and awareness for AIDS research.