"It will be a discipline before it becomes a pleasure."

This past month, I’ve been listening non-stop to Laura Mvula’s album Sing to the Moon. She’s an incredible singer who meshes hushed, contemplative lyrics with a verve and mastery that doesn’t feel like artifice or overly produced. Even her poppier songs are clean and refreshing. She’s her own woman, her own artist, who is comfortable in her own skin — for which I’m entirely thankful.

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    Beautiful
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    Can’t stop listening.
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    Wow!!! Love this so much! :)
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    Nice start for the day, good morning xo
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    LOVE LAURA MVULA.
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