Album Review: 'The Lagos Music Salon'

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Somi's 18-month stay in Lagos was meant as an honor for her departed father, a man who had immigrated to the U.S. from Africa. i

Somi's 18-month stay in Lagos was meant as an honor for her departed father, a man who had immigrated to the U.S. from Africa. Glynis Carpentar/Courtesy of DL Media, Inc. hide caption

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Somi's 18-month stay in Lagos was meant as an honor for her departed father, a man who had immigrated to the U.S. from Africa.

Somi's 18-month stay in Lagos was meant as an honor for her departed father, a man who had immigrated to the U.S. from Africa.

Glynis Carpentar/Courtesy of DL Media, Inc.

Somi is a jazz singer and songwriter currently based in New York City. Banning Eyre reviews her latest album, The Lagos Music Salon, a collection of songs composed while she lived in Lagos, Nigeria.

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