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The Fort Lauderdale duo Black Violin wrote "Time to Shine" after reflecting on what happened last year and ringing in the new one. Mark Clennon/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Time To Shine,' Black Violin Focuses On The Light

The duo, famed for enmeshing classical and hip-hop, looks back at America's past year and toward its near future on a new song, "Time to Shine."

Staying There L'indécis
Interlude L'indécis
Vägen Tingvall Trio
Sevilla Tingvall Trio
Eastynato Daniel Szabo
Cast the Route Mooncake
Zaris Mooncake
True Places Whale Fall

The Fort Lauderdale duo Black Violin wrote "Time to Shine" after reflecting on what happened last year and ringing in the new one. Mark Clennon/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Time To Shine,' Black Violin Focuses On The Light

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Time To Shine Black Violin
Al Green Black Violin feat. Salaam Remi
Four Dimensions Ludovico Einaudi
Song For Gavin Ludovico Einaudi
My Long Goodbye The Best Pessimist
Hearts The Best Pessimist
Chameleon Brendan Canning
The Life Beyond Sleep Maps
Can't Touch This or That or You or My Face Kaki King
Default Shell Kaki King
Minor Piano Keys Iron and Wine

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