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The Foreign Exchange's Love in Flying Colors 

When The Foreign Exchange released its debut album, Connected, in 2004, the experience felt like a sigh of relief: For Phonte Coleman, it was a break from the brand of Little Brother, the then-buzzing, traditionalist rap trio suddenly saddled with the task…

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Love it! All the songs are beautiful!

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