You may have heard her on Chance the Rapper’s Grammy-winning 2016 mixtape Coloring Book. Or maybe you heard her backing vocals on Prince’s groovy Freddie Gray tribute track, “Baltimore.” Or maybe you’re lucky enough to have already heard the work of Eryn Allen Kane, a 29-year-old Detroit native and soul songstress who has managed to attract the attention and praise of both critics and legendary musicians. Despite her impressive musical track record, Kane has yet to release a full-length debut album. Her discography tends to unveil itself in increments of a few songs, each one without a doubt striking enough to sit on for a while.
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