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Sussex-born neo-blues singer Rory Graham announces himself in some style on this fleshed-out, sonically rich debut mini-album. Graham’s voice—a swampy, rumbling marvel whether gilding the glitchy “No Mother” or belting out pitch-black showstopper “Lay My Body Down”—is the inarguable star of Wolves. That said, a trio of killer cameos (most notably Vince Staples’ mic-dropping “Hell Yeah” verse) only enhance the arrival of an inimitable, vital voice.

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Genre: Alternative

Neo-blues & soul singer Rory Graham was born and raised in the small town of Uckfield in the southeast of England. Growing up on early blues and soul, he taught himself to sing by mimicking Muddy Waters, before discovering hip-hop. Starting out as an MC with a local drum'n'bass crew at age 15, he progressed to hip-hop open-mike nights in nearby Brighton, where he later moved, teaming up with local hip-hop crew the Rum Committee. At the same time, he continued to practice singing in private. At 19,...
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Wolves, Rag'n'Bone Man
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  • £4.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 24 October 2014

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