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"I think it's important to talk about all chapters of history and from all perspectives — meaning not just from the perspective of the victors," Angelica Garcia says. Caitlyn Krone/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Her New Song 'Horsemen,' Angelica Garcia Imagines The Apocalypse

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The rapper Pop Smoke, whose posthumous debut album was released July 3, 2020. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pop Smoke's First And Final Album Falls Between Two Worlds

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Neil Young's newly released album, Homegrown, arrives at the same moment as two other veteran songwriters, Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson, put out projects of their own. Henry Diltz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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With New Albums, Bob Dylan, Neil Young And Willie Nelson Are As Relevant As Ever

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A drawing of composer William Dawson in 1935 by Aaron Douglas. Dawson's Negro Folk Symphony, long neglected, has received a new recording. Aaron Douglas/Tuskegee University Archives hide caption

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Someone Finally Remembered William Dawson's 'Negro Folk Symphony'

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Teyana Taylor's third musical project, simply titled The Album, is a sprawling work of 23 tracks that sends a clear message: She's done compromising her creative vision. Daniel Sannwald/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Teyana Taylor On 'The Album' And Asserting Her Creative Vision

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Old Crow Medicine Show's Ketch Secor Writes A New Song For A Troubled America

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