Solange set the internet ablaze with the announcement that she’s back and “taking over” BlackPlanet, the O.G. social media site that Black folks frequented in the 90s.

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The Grammy-award winning artist seems to be warming up the net’ to get ready for new music. She reactivated her BlackPlanet page with videos, sexy visuals, and quotes that seem to be random but surely will be tied into something musically.

They include:

“I made the pilgrimage back to the pagoda of third ward houston to answer this.”

“When your body is all you have you best take care.”

“When your body is all you have you best take care.”

“For the bad weaves and two ways.”

“I swallowed the light….”

“Threw my earnings like offerings and prayed it went to something that made her feel good.”

“How much of ourselves do we leave at home and how much do we carry with us forever?”

“But I did not sit in the sun.”

“How much of ourselves do we leave at home and how much do we carry with us forever?”

There’s also a sign up so you don’t miss out on what’s coming up in Solange’s solar system.

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Back in 2001, BlackPlanet was the go-to platform for us to scour and interact, find love and or even job hunt. In 2008, the parent company Community Connect was acquired for $38 million by Radio One.

Solange is also setting up the scene with a schedule of her next live events and summer festival dates for Heartland Festival and Bonnaroo.

So dig up your old BlackPlanet logins because Solange is coming.