Emmavie On Confidence, Identity, and Her New Album, Honeymoon

When I listen to Emmavie, I’m taken back to weekends when my mom would dance to old-school R&B while sipping her glass of wine. You know what I’m talking about: the kind of neo-soul sound that caused millions of Black moms and aunties to ignore their kids so they could swirl with their red wine then look at our little faces just to say, “Y’all don’t know nothing about this!” I think about the old music that all the Black women in my life love, and I wonder if I missed out. Emmavie’s album ...

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