Solange’s new album is finally here!

The singer dropped When I Get Home Friday, with her taking to Twitter to thank her fans for all their support.

The LP includes contributions from Tyler, the Creator, Chassol, Playboi Carti, Standing on the Corner, Panda Bear, Devin the Dude, The-Dream, and more. It also features samples from Third Ward’s own Debbie Allen, Phylicia Rashad, poet Pat Parker, and Scarface.

The album was accompanied by a companion film, which is now available to watch on Apple Music. Saint Records released a snippet from the film Friday on Instagram.

Solange was busy on social media Thursday, sharing a photo on Twitter of what appeared to be the tracklist for a new album — and then hinting it would be dropping at midnight that same day.

In her first tweet, the 32-year-old singer shared what appeared to be the back of her album cover, listing all the tracks.

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She followed that up several hours later by tweeting a photo of the album cover’s apparent front cover, revealing the title — When I Get Home — and that it would be released “at midnight tonight” (she didn’t specify whether that was midnight ET or PT, however).

Her fans responded with sheer joy to the imminent arrival of new music from the younger sister of Beyonce, her first studio album since 2016’s A Seat at the Table.

Solange responded to her fans, revealing she too is “filled w so much joy right now,” thanking them “for this moment and for all the feelings I feel in my body!”

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On Wednesday, she shared a brief video of what appears to be short clips of videos for the album’s songs, ending with a woman who declares, “Do nothing without intention”