[youtube id=”8kN-QJXhu7I”] Amel Larrieux’s Blackbird was her second solo album after breaking away from the successful duo Groove Theory in 1998. “For Real” attracted comparisons to Minne Riperton because of Larrieux’s use of the whistle register. The easygoing song about love was the popular single from the album and had an association with BET’s Midnight LoveContinue Reading

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