Solo Star is Solange's debut studio album that was released on December 26, 2002 by Columbia Records and Music World Entertainment.
- Feelin' You (Part II) (featuring N.O.R.E.) 4:07
- Ain't No Way 3:45
- Dance With You (featuring B2K) 3:04
- Get Together 4:16
- Crush 4:34
- So Be It 4:09
- True Love (with Lil' Romeo) 3:50
- Feel Good Song 3:29
- Wonderland 4:04
- This Could Be Love 4:04
- Feelin' You (Part I) 3:23
- Just Like You 3:37
- Thinkin' About You (featuring Murphy Lee) 4:05
- Solo Star 3:15
- I Used To 3:28
- Sky Away 3:59
"Solo Star" peaked at #49 on the Billboard 200 and #23 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
The album underperformed in the United States, selling 112,000 copies and dropped off the chart five weeks after its release.
William Ruhlmann of AllMusic gave "Solo Star" three out of five stars saying: "Executive producer [Mathew] Knowles has surrounded Solange with a bevy of trendy writer/producers, including The Underdogs, Platinum Status, Timbaland, The Neptunes and Rockwilder, along with such guest stars as B2K and Lil' Romeo. The result is a state-of-the-art contemporary R&B album full of big beats, catchy choruses, and gimmicky production effects. But the nominal star of the show is lost somewhere in the mix. It doesn't help that the 16-year-old has a thin, undeveloped voice that is easily overwhelmed."
Slant Magazine gave two out of five stars, saying: "The largely synthetic-sounding Solo Star follows the growing industry standard in which the focus is on production rather songwriting", also adding that Solange's voice is uncannily similar to Beyoncé's."