R&B/Soul • 33m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Gavin Turek about the making of her debut album, Madame Gold. Produced and co-written by Childish Gambino collaborator Chris Hartz, the new album, Madame Gold, sonically trades the starlit disco vibes of her earlier work for an irresistible groove-heavy, R&B foundation. NY Magazine’s The Cut said the LP is “sure to be a summer staple”, while BUST called Turek “not only magical, but a woman with integrity and heart.”
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