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Aloe Blacc introduces his new album All Love Everything in the second episode of Season One of “Live from My Den.” In an interview with Variety, Blacc shares that even before the pandemic, he had been used to creating music “all the time, anywhere and any way that I can.” The episode also features live performances of songs from Blacc’s latest album, filmed at Mophonics Studios, his favorite studio near his home in LA, which he calls his “home away from home.”

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Blacc shares that he creates music “all the time, anywhere and any way that I can.”

My Way

Aloe Blacc

Aloe Blacc first fell in love with music as a kid listening to hip hop and began rapping at the age of 9. As he grew up, he developed a deep admiration for soul musicians and shifted styles from a rapper to a singer. He released his solo debut, Good Things, in 2006, which featured the single “Shine Through.” His career took a turn after “I Need a Dollar” reached gold status and was chosen to be the theme song for HBO’s How to Make it In America. This led the way for Blacc to sign with XIX Recordings/Interscope Records in 2012. In his music, Blacc holds himself accountable to use his voice for social change, writing “I want my music to be the light.”