There’s about two days left in Black Music month, the annual dedication to honoring the legacy of black musicians during the more difficult time of the ’60s and ’70s when their voices were fighting past the struggles of segregation. The story of Dreamgirls, showed the progression of black music going mainstream. When it toured theaters nationwide, Avery Sunshine conducted the chorous. Her voice can be heard next in another play, I Dream a musical centered on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, directed by Jasmine Guy (remember Whitley from A Different World?). If you’re in Atlanta on July 9th, click here to buy tickets. Hit the jump to stream five tracks from her new self-titled album, Avery*Sunshine.