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Gregory Porter

21 Jul 2020
Gregory Porter has established himself as one of the major voices of 21st century jazz in the space of just ten years. As he releases his sixth album "All Rise", Porter tells us about the need to "raise your fists in the air" in non-violent protest as we discuss the Black Lives Matter Movement. This latest record also delves into personal experience, as he re-writes his own experience when it comes to mixed-race relationships.

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