Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

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Atlanta rapper Raury's "Devil's Whisper" is a powerful song that flirts with gospel and folk, says World Cafe's David Dye. (Courtesy of the artist)
Atlanta rapper Raury's "Devil's Whisper" is a powerful song that flirts with gospel and folk, says World Cafe's David Dye. (Courtesy of the artist)

Let our panel of public radio hosts turn you on to new music by Raury, Dafnis Prieto, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Lianne La Havas and more.

Every month, we ask a group of public radio hosts to turn us on to songs they haven't been able to turn off. This month, our esteemed panelists picked an unforgettable cut with touches of gospel and folk from the Atlanta hip-hop scene, a moving jazz tribute to a Cuban bassist, a horn-laden stomp that captures the raw energy of a sweaty summer night and more. Hear all 10 of their favorites below.

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Raury.

Raury.

Ona.

Ona.

Dafnis Prieto.

Dafnis Prieto.

Crooks.

Crooks.

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats.

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats.

Thundercat.

Thundercat.

HONNE.

HONNE.

Yukon Blonde.

Yukon Blonde.

The Staves.

The Staves.

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