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Review: Raury — 'Indigo Child'

By Jordan McDonald Williams
Music Reviewer

Artist: Raury
Album: Indigo Child
Released: Aug. 25, 2014
Label: Columbia Records
Website: http://www.indigochildproject.com/

“Does anything last forever?” is the the final question experimental indie-folkhop artist Raury asks at the end of the dreamy reminisce track “Woodcrest Manor.” I was hoping that his project, Indigo Child, was going to last forever. 255 more words

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The Facts:

  • age: 18
  • from: Atlanta, GA
  • latest work: Indigo Child Album

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