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Roman GianArthur OK Lady

As part of Janelle Monáe’s Wondaland Arts Society Roman GianArthur is predestined for some serious R&B adventures. Listen to his "OK Lady" EP now.

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abhi//dijon Stay Up EP

They say Abhi//Dijon's EP is R&B gold. So if you're up for some low-key ear flattery, go ahead and listen.

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Walsher Clemons Dancing & Praying

Chicago based funk pop band Walsher Clemons has a fun generating debut album ready called "Dancing & Praying". Listen to it now ahead of official release.

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The Arcs Yours, Dreamily,

Hmmmm, The Arcs' debut album "Yours, Dreamily," somewhat reminds me of a more pop version of The Black Keys...

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Dâm-Funk Invite The Light

Damon Riddick aka Dam-Funk is about to drop his epic 20-track album "Invite The Light" which is streaming right now ahead of it's release.

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Ruby Amanfu Standing Still

Ruby Amanfu's voice is so incredibly comforting you want her to sing you to sleep every night after listening to her "Standing Still" album.

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Christian Rich FW14

Check out the new "FW14" album by Christian Rich and embrace a brilliant melange of R&B, Jazz and Hip Hop.

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Toro Y Moi What For?

But of course you've been waiting for Toro Y Moi's new album "What For?". So here it is streaming in full via NPR.

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Clare Maguire Don't Mess Me Around

On her "Don't Mess Me Around" EP Clare Maguire oscillates between heart-wrenching tenderness and raunchy gospel force like no other.

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Tuxedo Tuxedo

You may get a little funky now and stream Tuxedo's self-titled debut album in full via NPR.

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The Seven Ups The Seven Ups

Listen to The Seven Ups from Melbourne celebrating some Afro-Beat action via their self-titled debut album. There's some 70s crime drama in there, don't you think?