16 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The powerhouse soprano makes a triumphant return. After a sensational debut in 2012 that earned her comparisons to Aretha Franklin and Nina Simone, Emeli Sandé struggled with exhaustion, depression, and divorce. During a four-year hiatus from the spotlight, she wrote Long Live the Angels, a glorious comeback album of empowering ballads that go for the gut. Guests include Jay Electronica and Sandé’s Zambian father, who sings on “Tenderly” with the Serenje Choir.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The powerhouse soprano makes a triumphant return. After a sensational debut in 2012 that earned her comparisons to Aretha Franklin and Nina Simone, Emeli Sandé struggled with exhaustion, depression, and divorce. During a four-year hiatus from the spotlight, she wrote Long Live the Angels, a glorious comeback album of empowering ballads that go for the gut. Guests include Jay Electronica and Sandé’s Zambian father, who sings on “Tenderly” with the Serenje Choir.

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