Exclusive Listen: Keb Mo's Slick New Tune 'The Whole Enchilada'

Stream a song from the guitarist's new album 'The Reflection'

May 24, 2011 8:30 AM ET
Exclusive Listen: Keb Mo's Slick New Tune 'The Whole Enchilada'

Click to listen to Keb Mo's 'The Whole Enchilada'

Keb Mo, the Grammy-winning songwriter and blues guitarist, is about to return to the spotlight with The Reflection, his first studio album since 2006 and also his debut release on his own label Yolabelle International. "The Whole Enchilada," the opening cut, is a smooth number that showcases Mo's soulful voice and bluesy licks in a laid-back R&B groove. The Reflection won't hit stores until August 2nd, but you can stream the song now.

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