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Get your 99p's worth this lady is going to blow

She is amazing! Seen the single slowly going up the charts.

Poetry

A beautiful song sung by a beautiful voice, this is almost choral in its depth of story, the story line is there, not a random mush of words, this has depth.
It starts as a slow soulful song but then steps up, ever so slightly, to a more up beat song... before again, ever so slowly, stepping down to the soulful tune that it is.

Right then.. having said all that, it is a wonderful piece of music and performed by a brilliant artist... buy it.

AMAZING

This is so worth buying!! Its a great song!!

Biography

Born: 23 April 1987 in Birmingham, England

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '10s

Britain's Laura Mvula is a soulful vocalist known for her inventive, atmospheric mix of R&B, jazz, classical, and pop. Born in 1986, Mvula grew up in the suburbs of Birmingham, where she was raised by her mother (who was from Saint Kitts) and father (who was from Jamaica). Introduced to jazz by her father, Mvula began taking piano lessons around age eight, and added violin lessons at age ten. Growing up, she also played in local youth orchestras and, influenced by her love of Disney films, aspired...
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She - Single, Laura Mvula
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  • £0.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music
  • Released: 29 October 2012

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