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Exclusive Download: Georgia Anne Muldrow's Soulful 'Seeds'

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January 6, 2012 12:15 PM ET
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Georgia Anne Muldrow
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Click to listen to Georgia Anne Muldrow's 'Seeds'

Music is in the blood for singer-songwriter Georgia Anne Muldrow, whose parents are musicians Rickie Byars-Beckwith and the late jazz guitarist Ronald Muldrow.

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In 2009 Georgia formed the label SomeOthaShip with her life partner, Dudley Perkins. SomeOthaShip concentrates on hip hop, soul and jazz albums. Muldrow's latest track is the deeply soulful "Seeds." Produced by Madlib, "Seeds" won't be released until February 14th, but it is exclusively available for free here. Seeds the album will be released on March 27th.

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