Voicing Opinions: Lauren Henderson and Camille Thurman

During their formative years, neither Lauren Henderson nor Camille Thurman anticipated that singing would be anything but an avocational activity. Both shifted course. On her self-released, bilingual eighth album, Musa (Brontosaurus), Henderson presents a program comprising six of her own songs and five covers of various provenance, with an eye toward expressing her Afro-Latinx heritage.

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