Alina Baraz blessed the quarantine music scene with the release of her long-awaited studio album debut two weeks early. Following her two EPs — “Urban Flora” (2015) and “The Color of You” (2018), “It Was Divine” properly showcases Baraz’s unmitigated talent, proving her skill despite her comparatively short discography. Backed by well-known featured artists, such as long-time collaborator Khalid and R&B star 6lack, Baraz takes the negative impacts of heartbreak and creates something beautiful, “making a home out of herself.”
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