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Cecily | Songs of Love and Freedom

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Songs of Love and Freedom

by Cecily

An exploration of self-love and vulnerability told through 70s-inspired R&B, Soul and Jazz. Ethereal vocals, sweeping string lines, and warm Rhodes keyboards give the work its classic character.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Neo-Soul
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1. Pisces
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2. Your Idea of Beautiful
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3. Yearning: An Interlude (feat. Drew Kid)
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4. Hope
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5. Song for Bobby Smith
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6. Can You Feel It?
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7. Healing: An Interlude (feat. Drew Kid)
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8. Grow
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9. Don't Hide the Sun
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Songs of Love & Freedom is a piece of myself I shaped over many months and long hours, and tried to fashion honestly, making it beautiful — true beauty which can only come from Truth. The truth found in solitude; the truth that lifts you from comfort and into something much more powerful – rebirth.

With each song I tried to capture a moment. I tried to give you the moment I sat in the grass in London feeling the sun on my face appreciating not having to please anyone but myself. I tried to give you the moment I was in Ghana’s lush green Volta region and felt the power of Wli Falls spraying my back — how alive that felt! I tried to give you the moment I sat in my room in silence looking at Spring outside my window and knew that the Universe was holding my hand and leading the way, if only I let my ego go. I tried to give you the moment I learned of the murder of Jordan Edwards, just 15 years old and killed by a police officer. The moment I found Hope in hopelessness.

With unconditional LOVE of self — appreciation of the growth, the struggle, the beauty — I offer you a piece of myself created out of my own power – the Power that comes from vulnerability.

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