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Kaya Stewart's 'So Good' Injects Pop With Nashville Blues

Jamie Lidell produces the subdued slow burner by the British-bred and Nashville-based singer.
A scene from L.I.Y.A.'s "So Good" video. Source: YouTube

Singer Kaya Stewart and musician Jamie Lidell are British-bred kindred spirits, but met in Nashville.

"I actually met Jamie through a real estate

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