Mint Condition Puts Digital Spin on New Album The R&B band Mint Condition has released their ninth album in 18 years — but this one was produced by wielding the power of the Web. Farai Chideya sits down with band members Stokley Williams, Homer O'Dell and Jeffrey Allen, who weigh in on their longevity in the music business and the new album, E-Life.
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Mint Condition Puts Digital Spin on New Album

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The R&B band Mint Condition has released their ninth album in 18 years — but this one was produced by wielding the power of the Web.

Farai Chideya sits down with band members Stokley Williams, Homer O'Dell and Jeffrey Allen, who weigh in on their longevity in the music business and the new album, E-Life.

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