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The Electric Lady
The Electric Lady is the second studio album by American singer Janelle Monáe, released on September 6, 2013 by Wondaland Arts Society, Bad Boy Records and Atlantic Records. It is the follow up to her critically acclaimed debut studio album, The ArchAndroid, and likewise, received universal acclaim from music critics. This album serves as the fourth and fifth installments of her seven-part Metropolis concept series. Musically, The Electric Lady incorporates influences of hip hop soul, funk, gospel, jazz and rock.
The ArchAndroid is the debut studio album by American singer Janelle Monáe, released on May 18, 2010, by Wondaland Arts Society and Bad Boy Records. Production for the album took place at Wondaland Studios in Atlanta and was primarily handled by Monáe, Nate "Rocket" Wonder, and Chuck Lightning, with only one song without production by Monáe.
It consists of the second and third parts to Monáe's Metropolis concept series. Incorporating conceptual elements of Afrofuturism and science fiction, The ArchAndroid continues the series' fictional tale of a messianic android and features lyrical themes of love, identity, and self-realization. The album has been compared to the work of artists such as David Bowie, Outkast, Prince and Michael Jackson. The album features multiple collaborations with artists; Saul Williams, Big Boi, Of Montreal and Deep Cotton.
The album debuted at number 17 on the US Billboard 200, selling 21,000 copies in its first week. It achieved moderate chart success and produced two singles: "Tightrope" and "Cold War", and one promotional single "Come Alive".
The House That Dirt Built
The House That Dirt Built is the second studio album by English rock band The Heavy. It was released on 13 October 2009. The title is a reference to the nursery rhyme This Is the House That Jack Built. Vocalist Kelvin Swaby explained in an interview with Songfacts that the song "Sixteen" was inspired by a time when he was working a lot as a DJ and he would see 16-year-old kids sneaking into clubs.
The album's songs were used for several video games and films; "Short Change Hero" was featured in the promo for the first season of Haven, the 2010 movie Faster, the trailer for the 2011 video game Batman: Arkham City, later opened the 2012 video game Borderlands 2, and the promo for Season 2 of Longmire. It is also the opening theme of the Sky1 television series Strike Back and was included in the 2011 racing video game Driver: San Francisco as well as the Season 2 finale of Suits. The song "How You Like Me Now?"
Love In The Future (Deluxe Edition)
Love in the Future is the fourth studio album by American singer John Legend. The album was released on August 30, 2013, by GOOD Music and Columbia Records. The album, executive produced by Legend, Kanye West and Dave Tozer, features guest appearances from Kimbra, Rick Ross, Stacy Barthe and Seal. The album was supported by four singles, "Who Do We Think We Are", "Made to Love", "All of Me" and "You & I". Love in the Future received generally positive reviews from music critics. The album debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 68,000 copies in its first week.
Choose Your Weapon
Choose Your Weapon is the second studio album by Australian neo-soul quartet Hiatus Kaiyote, first released in 1 May 2015 through Flying Buddha and Sony Masterworks. Following the release of the band's debut album Tawk Tomahawk and their first Grammy nomination, Hiatus Kaiyote went on to tour throughout 2014. Over the span of two years, recording sessions took place in Australia and the United States.
Choose Your Weapon is a neo soul album that takes influence from a variety of genres including jazz, soul, R&B, progressive rock, West African funk, and samba and Latin grooves. Thematically, the album's songs touch upon topics such as the supernatural, technology and death. All members of the band contributed lyrics and production, while Salaam Remi, the founder of Flying Buddha, served as the album's executive producer.
Upon release, the album was met with universal acclaim from music critics, who praised the album's production and musical structure, and was named as one of the year’s best albums. The album saw some commercial success and debuted at #22 on the Australian albums chart. The song "Breathing Underwater" was nominated for Best R&B Performance at the 58th Grammy Awards.
1st Born Second
Acoustic Soul is the debut album by American singer India.Arie, released in 2001. It was nominated for seven Grammy Awards in 2002, including "Album of the Year" and "Best R&B Album". Acoustic Soul was certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA for shipments of two million copies in the United States.
After her dazzling, breakout debut, Erykah Badu's sophomore album is an emotionally raw set about the singer's growing pains. "Bag Lady" offers sobering advice on letting go of past relationship issues: "All you must hold onto is you," Badu counsels, while the chorus repeats "Pack light." "In Love With You" offers an us-against-the-world duet with Stephen Marley, and "Green Eyes" is an epic ten-minute lament about not being able to get over an ex who's moved on. The jazzy "Orange Moon," written for Seven, her son with OutKast's André 3000, closes the album on a gentle high. Each song is a gift, and glows with timeless, maternal generosity.
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The Fire Inside Us
Dream Tea (feat. Lulunah)
All of Me
Short Change Hero
Out Of My League
Fitz & The Tantrums
Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
If I Ain't Got You
You Gotta Be
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