We don't know how we got this lucky, but we're not going to question it. Not only has Interview Magazine offered us a cover story of Solange, but to top it all off, it was written by Beyoncé.

The two talented sisters sat down to talk about "womanism, growing up in a hair salon, and choosing between 'I could fall in love' and 'No Me Queda Mas." And we learnt a lot:

Bey is Solange's biggest fan

"But I'm so happy to interview you because, clearly, I'm your biggest fan and I'm super proud of you."

Solange always believed in the power of her own voice

"I remember having so much perspective about my voice, and how to use my voice, at such a young age—whether it was through dance, poetry, or coming up with different projects. I guess I always felt a yearning to communicate—I had a lot of things to say."

Tina and Matthew raised them right

"You and I were raised being told not to take the first thing that came our way, to build our own platforms, our own spaces, if they weren't available to us."

Missy Elliott inspired Solange's production

"One of my biggest inspirations in terms of female producers is Missy. I remember seeing her when you guys worked together and being enamored with the idea that I could use myself as more than a voice and the words."

'Cranes in the Sky' was written about her breakup with her son's father

"We were junior high school sweethearts, and so much of your identity in junior high is built on who you're with. You see the world through the lens of how you identify and have been identified at that time. So I really had to take a look at myself, outside of being a mother and a wife, and internalize all of these emotions that I had been feeling through that transition."

The A Seat At The Table album art was inspired by the Mona Lisa

"I wanted to create an image that invited people to have an up-close and personal experience—and that really spoke to the album title—that communicated, through my eyes and my posture, like, "Come and get close. It's not going to be pretty. It's not going to be perfect. It's going to get a little gritty, and it might get a little intense, but it's a conversation we need to have."

And there's so much more. Read the full piece here.