O.N.E The Duo's 'Blood Harmony' celebrates authenticity

Marcus Dowling
October 16, 2023
The Tennessean

For an inside perspective on mother-daughter act O.N.E The Duo, go back a generation and ask grandmother Yia Yia. "Manifesting who they deserved to become required developing synergy in their courageously inquisitive desires and joyful humanity," she tells The Tennessean about the pair who began recording together five years ago.

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