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Soul, R the best things are unplanned. Though Rae studied classical violin as a child and picked up the electric guitar in high school, she turned her back on music when she entered college, choosing instead to focus on English literature. Her side job at the jazz club inspired her to start singing more soul and R songs, and it wasn’t long before she signed a deal with the now defunct EMI Records, which released her debut in early 2006..

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