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Songs By Corneille Rooted In Love, Loss
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Songs By Corneille Rooted In Love, Loss

Songs By Corneille Rooted In Love, Loss

Songs By Corneille Rooted In Love, Loss
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Watch: Live from Studio 4A: Corneille performs 'Liberation'

 

Corneille In Studio

Hear songs recorded live in NPR's Studio 4A.

I'll Never Call You Home Again
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Too Much Of Everything
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Foolish Heart
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Corneille Nyungura, known simply as Corneille, presents his unique sound to American audiences with the new album, The Birth of Cornelius. The artist was born in Germany to Rwandan parents. Eventually, he says, he went home, only to face the genocide that claimed thousands of lives, including his parents.

Corneille survived and later began honing a distinctive R&B sound, wowing audiences around the world.

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Album
Birth of Cornelius [11 Tracks]
Artist
Corneille
Label
Motown
Released
2008

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