MC@Play with Selah Sue

Just in time for her U.S. debut, the Belgian singer dishes about her devotion to Lauren Hill, why she got into the biz, and her go-to karaoke jam.

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Already a hit-making songstress topping the charts in Europe, Belgium-born Selah Sue is bringing her soul and funk filled vocal talents to The States with a mini tour stopping coast to coast. She's already caught the attention of Prince, and even will be joining him on stage in the not-so-distant future— which solidifies our suspicions that Sue is on her way to major success.

Her eponymous album doesn't hit record shelves till August, but you can catch the "Raggamuffin" singer dishing to MC's Sergio Kletnoy about her devotion to Lauren Hill, why she got into the biz, and her go-to karaoke jam.

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And to get a glimpse of what her album has in-store, watch the music video for "Raggamuffin" below.

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