With guest appearances with legendary ambient musician Brian Eno and rapper-du-jour Kendrick Lamar, the British songstress returns after a four-year hiatus with a new album that has stellar moments but if taken in large doses doubles for a sleep aid
DIDO/ THE GIRL WHO GOT AWAY
If you're old enough to recall the turn of the millennium, then you probably know the words to Dido's smash hit Thank You by heart. Included on her 1999 debut, No Angel, the single gained further global recognition through Eminem's song, Stan, which sampled an entire chorus of Thank You. Dido quickly became one of the most popular female artists of her time to have emerged from the UK. Her first two albums, No Angel and Life For Rent, were best-selling albums in the UK during late 1990s up until the early 2000s. Locally, Thank You and White Flag have become staples for live bands to cover as well as go-to choices for many karaoke enthusiasts.
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