Adia Victoria Reclaims the South’s Whitewashed History

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Adia Victoria talks about her latest album, A Southern Gothic, and how it reimagines the south’s whitewashed history.


 
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The south has played a big part in the music of South Carolina-raised, Adia Victoria. The south is very present in her latest album, A Southern Gothic. Adia Victoria talks about the record and how it reimagines the south’s whitewashed history.

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