Sudan Archives' album Natural Brown Prom Queen is this week's PBS Feature Album.

Sudan Archives’ most ambitious and personal work to date, taking in race, womanhood, and the fiercely loyal, loving relationships at the heart of life with her family, friends, and partner. In Natural Brown Prom Queen, Sudan is in character as Britt, the girl next door from Cincinnati, who drives around the city with the top down and show up to high-school prom in a pink furry bikini.

Spanning 18 tracks and nearly an hour of music – from disco-influenced R&B to Afrocentric anthems, hip hop bangers, wild rides, and ballads. It’s all about home: both Sudan’s adopted home of L.A, and Cincinnati where she was raised. It’s intimate in all senses of the word, with Sudan unafraid to be vulnerable, tender, and open about her insecurities but also about finding pleasure.

PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album on vinyl via this Tuesday's e-newsletter, so make sure you check your inbox! Please note that winners will be required to pick up their records from our Collingwood studios.

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Gena Rose Bruce - 'Foolishly In Love'

Gena Rose Bruce - Foolishly In Love (Official Video)


Double Vanity - 'Feel It Moving'

Alien Nosejob - 'Beatles vs. Stones'

NO ZU - 'Liquid Love'

NO ZU - Liquid Love (Official Music Video)

Izy, Osunlade - 'They Don't Care (Yoruba Soul Extended Mix)' 

Pugilist - 'Primal'

Folk Bitch Trio - 'Lost'

Marxist Love Disco Ensemble - 'Manifesto'

Gordon Koang - 'Kwai Obala'

Phil Hayter's Illuminators - 'Love Heart Attack'