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If you watched the Grammys, all of last week's water cooler talk might have centered on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB005280" title="Carrie Underwood" href="/topic/entertainment/music/carrie-underwood-PECLB005280.topic">Carrie Underwood</a>, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0015315" title="Frank Ocean" href="/topic/entertainment/music/frank-ocean-PECLB0015315.topic">Frank Ocean</a> or whatever was left of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0004582" title="Katy Perry" href="/topic/entertainment/music/katy-perry-PECLB0004582.topic">Katy Perry</a>'s dress. But don't let all the high-wattage star power detract from an understated breakout performance by this L.A.-based R&B visionary, whose remarkable album "Kaleidoscope Dream" mixed soul and futuristic psychedelia and deserved a much bigger part of the show.

( Christopher Polk, Getty Images for NARAS / December 14, 2013 )

If you watched the Grammys, all of last week's water cooler talk might have centered on Carrie Underwood, Frank Ocean or whatever was left of Katy Perry's dress. But don't let all the high-wattage star power detract from an understated breakout performance by this L.A.-based R&B visionary, whose remarkable album "Kaleidoscope Dream" mixed soul and futuristic psychedelia and deserved a much bigger part of the show.

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