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"Somebody once said — I don't know who it was — that gospel music is just the idea that everything is going to be all right," says Eli Paperboy Reed. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Eli Paperboy Reed Finds His 'Way Home' — To Gospel

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Eli Paperboy Reed's new album, My Way Home, comes out June 10. Roberto Chamorro/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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My Way Home

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From Boston to Clarksdale to Chicago and back, Eli "Paperboy" Reed has found his own voice as a neo-soul revivalist. Perou hide caption

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'(Am I Just) Fooling Myself' by Eli 'Paperboy' Reed

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