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Chapter 2: Now That We Found Love, Featuring Deborah Cox

Danyel explores her favorite type of record. From Etta James’s “At Last” to Erykah Badu’s “Honey,” Danyel dives deep into songs that capture the discovery of a pure and true love.

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In the second chapter of Black Girl Songbook, Danyel Smith explores her favorite type of record. From Etta James’s “At Last” to Erykah Badu’s “Honey,” Danyel dives deep into songs that capture the discovery of a pure and true love. Later on, she’s joined by Juno Award–winning Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress Deborah Cox to talk about her iconic hit, “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here,” her extensive career, and her own “now that we found love” moment.

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