Bilal Oliver is a jazz and soul singer; his second LP, Airtight’s Revenge, was just released. He broke onto the scene in the early 2000s with the Raphael Saadiq-produced hit “Soul Sista,” but he turned to jazz clubs and progressive soul just a few years later, frustrating his record label. In the meantime, he recorded with artists like Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and Scarface. His new album is his first in almost ten years.
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