Charles Bradley's Voice Full of Love and Hurt: The Interview

Charles Bradley's Voice Full of Love and Hurt: The Interview

By Jennifer Kelly

Soul master Charles Bradley talks about the painful changes that shaped his latest album and the way that his raw, powerful music helps him transcend heartache. 23 Sep 2017 // 3:11 PM

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