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Tune-In Tuesdays #94: Killing Me Softly by Becky Crosby

NYC singer-songwriter and jazz voice major Becky Crosby puts a smooth, sultry, jazzy spin on the iconic, R&B Fugees single “Killing Me Softly.”

Crosby’s cover of “Killin Me Softly” will be available across streaming platforms on Feb. 26. However, we were given a sneak-peak of the single — and my Goodness, it is a jazzy slice of heaven.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #91: Jams of January 2021

As we jumped back into the swing of things in January, we found ourselves graced by a variety of great jams.

So here we are to recap and review what you should be listening to, too.

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Tune-In Tuesdays Update: August 21, 2020

The Burgundy Zine is incredibly honored (and shocked) to announce our opening for Tune-In Tuesdays interviews are full from now until mid-October.

We still have review and guest post spots open throughout October, as well. And of course, we’re always accepting submissions for our digital magazine’s Music Spotlight and Spotify playlists.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #80: Waiting For Smith on “Lines of Love” and Having “Yoga For Breakfast”

London-based singer-songwriter Harry Lloyd — more commonly known as Waiting For Smith — is here to help listeners see the light amidst even the most trying times.

Following the release of Waiting For Smith’s radiant single “Lines of Love,” we spoke to Lloyd via telephone to learn the track.

In the process, we ended up bonding over our shared experiences with health difficulties. We also shared a few laughs during our grounding, casual conversation.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #79: Brand New on “Be High”

Down to earth with a smile you can hear through the phone, California-based hip-hop artist Brand New (Brandon Moss) is here to spread insight and inspire others with his truth.

Following the release of his single “Be High,” which touches upon the chaos of the pandemic and social injustices this year, we spoke to Moss via telephone to dive deeper into the single.

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