Jamila Woods

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Heavn (2016), 6/10
Legacy Legacy (2019), 6.5/10

Jamila Woods and Owen Hill formed Milo and Otis in Rhode Island. They released The Joy (2012) and Almost Us (2014). Relocating to Chicago, Woods began publishing poetry and collaborated with Chance the Rapper. She debuted solo with Heavn (2016), an album of smooth and anemic neosoul in the vein of Erykah Badu and Janelle Monae (Holy, Way Up). The concept Legacy Legacy (2019), a tribute to black intellectuals over the ages, ventured further out, unleashing the hypnotic jump blues Muddy while indulging in the brainy Baldwin and the oneiric and jazzy Basquiat.
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