Watch Solange & Dev Hynes Reconcile At FYF Fest

One of the first projects that revealed Dev Hynes as a mastermind producer/collaborator was Solange’s 2012 True EP. About a year after that EP came out, though, the two had a very public falling out. We don’t really know the details — and probably never will — but the good news is they seem to have officially patched things up.

Last night at FYF Fest in LA, Solange brought Hynes out to perform True’s strongest cut — “Losing You” — along with another song from that EP, “Bad Girls,” and a cover of Nina Simone/Aretha Franklin’s stunning Civil Rights anthem “To Be Young, Gifted And Black.” Watch videos of Hynes and Solange performing together below; there’s not even a hint of bad blood in that choreography.

@saintrecords killing it! With the moves and a smile! Hot! #Magnetic ! #Solange #BloodOrange #DevHynes #FyfFest

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Solange + Blood Orange #solange #bloodorange #devhynes #losingyou #fyffest #losangeles

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Solange (@saintrecords) serving VOCALS @fyffest #fyf #badgirls #devhynes

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Heck Yes! #Solange #BloodOrange #DevHynes #BadGirls

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#young #gifted #black 🙌🏿🙏🏿😭👸🏿#solange #king

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UPDATE: Now, as Pitchfork points out, footage has emerged of Solange, Dev Hynes, Moses Sumney, and KING rehearsing their cover of “To Be Young, Gifted And Black” before the performance. Watch that below.