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India.Arie Returns, With An Eye Toward A New \'SongVersation\' MP3

In 2009, the singer-songwriter says she asked herself the question, "Who am I?" The answer led her to make plans to retire. Four years later, she's re-emerged with a new album called SongVersation, as well as a new sense of who she is as an artist.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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