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Love & Hate is the second studio album by London-based singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka. The album was released on 15 July 2016 by Polydor Records (UK) and Interscope Records (US). The album is the follow-up record to Kiwanuka's 2012 Mercury Prize-nominated album Home Again. The album was produced by Danger Mouse, Inflo, and Paul Butler. Love & Hate also released three singles
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Love & Hate (Michael Kiwanuka album). Love & Hate is the second studio album by London-based singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka. Love & Hate also released three singles. The first single, "Black Man in a White World" was released on 28 March 2016, and was accompanied by a video directed by Hiro Murai. The second single, "Love & Hate", was released on 7 April 2016.
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Album · 2016 · 10 Songs. Michael Kiwanuka’s stunning second LP proves he’s an artist with something to say. Love & Hate is a timely and timeless set of slow-burning soul that recalls Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers, and Curtis Mayfield. Produced by Danger Mouse, it sounds of the past and present all at once-as it does in the string-embossed swing of Black Man in a White World. Love & Hate Michael Kiwanuka.
Michael Kiwanuka's second album Love & Hate was recorded in LA and London produced by Grammy Award winner Dangermouse and young up-and-coming producer Inflo. Love & Hate is a fascinatingly assured and resonant body of work following Kiwanuka's acclaimed 2012 debut LP, Home Again. Honest, unabashed, and ambitious, this new record is Kiwanuka emerging from the emotional cocoon of his first album, ready to secure his position as one of the most exciting and renowned talents or our time.
Three months ago, the first single from Michael Kiwanuka’s second album was released. Called Black Man in a White World, it opened like an old field recording of a work song, or as Kiwanuka himself put it, slave music : handclaps and a distorted a capella vocal eventually giving way to beautifully orchestrated, but agitated-sounding funk, backing vocals repeating the title over and over again, as if determinedly hammering a point home. It’s a feeling borne out by the rest of Love & Hate. It takes confidence to open an album with a song that lasts over 10 minutes, the first five of them entirely instrumental. That confidence could obviously be wildly misplaced – a five minute instrumental overture replete with strings, wordless backing vocals and melancholy slide guitar that sounds not unlike the work of Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour could be an exercise in terrible hollow pomposity.