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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Monday, November 11

There’s plenty going on in the world of DaChri right now. It seems like not long ago — because it wasn’t long ago — that we had our first listen to his modern-meets-vintage offering, “New Friend.”

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PREMIERE: Intellect’s ‘My Soul’ An Anthem of Perseverance

Earlier this fall, we gave you a listen to Intellect’s single “Scarface Fitted,” a song about the struggle of continually trying to win the love and affection of hip hop itself.

If you stick through the mud long enough, periods of struggle will often lead to breakthroughs. That’s the message of Intellect’s latest single, “My Soul.”

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LISTEN: Seth Witcher’s Genre-Bending ‘I’m Sorry’

Seth Witcher is a man of many talents. He built his own guitar from scratch, and he plays it quite well. Also, his voice is smooth as butter, and he’s proven to be a heck of a songwriter.

Looking for proof? Start by enjoying his new single, “I’m Sorry.”

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Shannon Sanders Uplifts with Anthemic ‘Fight On’

Grammy-winning soul singer Shannon Sanders and his brainchild, the Nashville Urban Choir, have teamed up to release “Fight On,” an explosive and inspiring blend of soul, neo-gospel, hip hop, and pop that is sure to motivate listeners to hang in there for another round.

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