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The fifth Jessie Ware album, “That! Feels Good!,” is a sturdy, richly sung neo-disco manifesto, among the many most vibrant music the singer has launched. It marks a solidification of Ware’s second part, following her early years making restrained club-soul and adult-contemporary R&B.
This second part was made potential not less than partially by the success of “Table Manners,” the podcast she hosts along with her mom, which has turn out to be central to Ware’s public flowering as a relatable movie star. Now, she is making music that’s playful and untethered, however simply as crisply delivered as ever.
On this week’s Popcast, a dialog about midcareer sonic switches, the significance of fantasy in music making, and the way freedom exterior of 1’s music profession can result in liberation inside it.
Caryn Ganz, The New York Times’s pop music editor
Lindsay Zoladz, a pop music critic for The New York Times and author of The Amplifier publication
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