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Design of the Week | 'Black and White' by Regina Spektor



I can't say that I follow Regina Spektor closely, but I really the like the songs I've heard throughout her fifteen year career, including her massive hit "Samson." She's the type of talent that seems to get shadowed by the main stream pop charts. Her somber new album, Remember Us to Life, dropped this month to positive reviews, but nothing explosive. Even with her 2013 Grammy nomination for the Orange is the New Black theme song, Spektor seems to fly just under the radar. She recently released a new video for her single, "Black and White"—a beautifully mesmerizing knockout.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 08 February, 2017 Design of the Week, Regina Spektor | 0 comments
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