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The singer-songwriter’s latest album, Graffiti U, features new sounds, new collaborators (hello, Ed Sheeran and Julia Michaels), and some background singing from wife Nicole Kidman.

APROPOS OF THE TITLE GRAFFITI U, Keith Urban approached his new album (out April 27) like a blank canvas. As he sketched out its contours, the Grammy- and CMA-award-winning artist recruited a crew of friends old and new—including producers and writers J.R. Rotem, Greg Wells, Nate

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