Namoli Brennet - Light It Up

LGBTQIA+
By
Sarah Peacock
January 1, 2023
Rainbow Rodeo
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Like a holy mother offers healing balm with profound heart and tenderness, Namoli Brennet opens wide her humble gates to the poor, undesired, displaced, and broken-hearted in her new album, Light It Up. In a world that is quick to shun the oppressed, Brennet makes it abundantly clear that all are welcome at her table. This is undoubtedly the signature of her brand and a powerfully beautiful truth that weaves throughout the totality of her discography.

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