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The husband-wife musical duo Seth & Nirva have never been shy about speaking out against racial injustice or pointing people to biblical foundations. The interracial couple addresses both topics in their second full-length release, “One Voice.” Several guests appear on the album, including mini-talks from Rice Broocks and Tony Evans (“Black is only beautiful when it’s biblical, and white is only right when it agrees with Holy writ,” Evans said), and spoken word vignettes from the Newsboys' Michael Tait and hip-hop artist Mr. Talkbox. "In a time when our culture is desperately searching for an answer to the divisions we are experiencing, we hope to point people in the only direction where a real solution can be found—the way of Christ,” said Nirva in a release. Listeners who love a cornucopia of influences will delight in this project with its variegated blend of electropop, soul, Top 40 pop and a dash of urban music. Engaging music and spoken-word poetry and messages makes this recording a singular sensation. (NueLight (Pty) Ltd)

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