Lucille Slade, who is anything but basic, is ready to rock 2021

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Next year will see this singer, songwriter and actor shine brightly with the release of her anticipated EP Love Me Softly. Picture: Lerato Mbawu
Next year will see this singer, songwriter and actor shine brightly with the release of her anticipated EP Love Me Softly. Picture: Lerato Mbawu

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Local R&B has amassed ranks brimming with a new wave of talents such as Elaine, Lord Kez, Shekhinah and Mariechan Luiters, to name but a few, and is slowly becoming a viable genre to pursue for artists, without the constraints of expectancy that reside in genres like Afropop and pop.

R&B sung in English can actually sell in this country.

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