Singer-songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae may be best known for her 2006 single Put Your Records On, butBlack Rainbows, her fourth studio album, has been described by The Guardian as “her best work yet … an audacious mix of rock, electronica, jazz and Afrofuturism”. Inspired and profoundly affected by a visit in 2017 to Chicago’s Stony Island Arts Bank, a powerful ‘cathedral of Black art’, Black Rainbows was co-produced by longtime collaborator Steve Brown. NME called it “the musical curveball of the year” and it has attracted universally positive reviews from the British music press. Since Bailey Rae’s first album hit number one on the UK charts in 2006, she has won two Grammys, two MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards and been nominated for multiple others including BRIT Awards, the Mercury Music Prize and BET Awards. Her work for film and television includes the theme to the series Stan Lee's Lucky Man, and the Fifty Shades Darker film’s opening title and soundtrack, which charted globally. Bailey Rae has sold over 10 million albums worldwide and collaborated with a wide range of artists including Mary J. Blige, Al Green, Herbie Hancock, Paul McCartney, Paul Weller, Stevie Wonder and many more.