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In May of 2010, Cycle 4 winner Naima Mora released a pair of songs with her new band Galaxy on Tar. Here is a description of her band, from the website:

Galaxy of Tar is the second initiative for the Diaz/Mora pair. A wiser more assertive and musically rounded project than their previous group; Chewing Pics. Though aggressive and hard hitting the musical finesse is not lost. The voice and poetry of Mora is as strong and textured as Diaz’s soundscape, creating a balance of unrelenting energy and painful grace. This is a music that evokes the deadened spirit inside you that has been put to sleep by the beige and nice ways of pretending to get along. A music meant to rebirth that long held person within who prematurely went home before the fight was over. Brooklyn, NY is the backdrop for the collective voice of the unruly natives whose sound inherently matches the town’s character.

The group is currently performing live throughout New York and touring the United States.

You can download both songs and a PDF digibooklet for free at her record label HERE.

Click here to learn more about her new musical endeavor.

To learn more about Cycle 4’s winner, Naima Mora, visit her bio page here.

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To learn more about Cycle 4’s Keenyah Hill, visit her bio page here.

To learn more about Cycle 4’s winner, Naima Mora, visit her bio page here. Photo credit: Getty Images.

To learn more about Cycle 4’s winner, Naima Mora, visit her bio page here. Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy / WireImage.

To learn more about Cycle 4’s winner, Naima Mora, visit her bio page here. Photo credit: Scott Wintrow / Getty Images

To learn more about Cycle 4’s winner, Naima Mora, visit her bio page here.

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To learn more about Cycle 4’s winner, Naima Mora, visit her bio page here.

Photo credit: Paul HawthorneGetty Images

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