Possessor of the coolest hair in the music industry, Solange, stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman last night (February 27) to give a performance of her new tune, “Don’t Let Me Down.”
Decked out in in a polkadot dress, Solo and her band gave a fabulously funky performance of the track, a performance that clearly impressed Dave. The Late Show host was so enamored with Solo’s act, he offered to put together a joint tour. “We’ll all go on tour, ” he said. “I’ll come out and do my jokes and stuff and then you guys come out and just kill — blow the roof off the building.”
Too bad for Dave, Solange is already on tour promoting her new EP, True, which was released in November 2012.
Watch Solange perform “Don’t Let Me Down” on Letterman below:
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