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On Yola And The Importance Of The Soul Of Black Folk

Something is happening here. What it IS, is precisely clear. For roughly the past half-decade, folk and country have been gaining ground on dominating pop music’s grip on the global zeitgeist. However, something’s been missing. But now, it’s arrived in full. On January 10, I saw Yola headline a sold-out 9:30 Club in Washington, DC. Her voice resonated with truths I didn’t wholly know existed until I…

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