One of the great 90s R&B groups that we’ve been missing is Portrait. They scored big time with hits like “Here We Go Again,” “I Can Call You,” and the beautiful remake of the Bee Gees classic “How Deep Is
It has been said that true talent never dies. And in the midst of a classic R&B revival, the original group line up of the Platinum R&B vocal trio, After 7, makes a remarkably dynamic return with their unmistakable sound.
Hailed by the New York Times as a “modern soul man,” Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter Kenny Lattimore has landed another Top 10 hit with “Love Me Back.” The simple feel-good track was the lead single from Lattimore’s seventh R&B solo album,
Sidibe is a five octave vocalist, songwriter and guitarist with roots in Louisiana and Senegal. With a voice described as effortless, ethereal and otherworldly, Sidibe's vocal range is as dynamic as her musical style. She manages to meld the classic
Real artistry is about peeling back the layers of your soul and allowing the creative truth to take form. Russell Taylor taps into that creative space and unlocks a masterpiece in his latest musical offering, War of Hearts, on his
Tracy Cruz has a voice that will melt even the toughest of hearts. This vocal powerhouse aims to connect communities with her universal language of love, hope, and happiness. Her unique musical and lyrical blend -- Bay Area urban soul
Whether categorized as “retro-soul,” neo-soul or simply soul, the decade-plus trend of resurgent soul music has only accelerated recently. Artists as diverse as Janelle Monet (doing a James Brown homage on David Letterman), Raphael Saddiq (who evoked Motown on his
Best know as the voice behind the classic Mtume slow jam "Juicy Fruit", that song is actually just the tip of the musical iceberg for Tawatha. In a career that now spans almost three decades, she has worked with everyone
The duo first met in 2014 introduced by a mutual friend Kimon Pantelides.
Dimitris originally sent an instrumental idea to Sulene, as soon as she heard the track she instantly loved it and started writing the melody and the lyrics.
Mr. Brian Power, formerly Mr. B from the Nobody’s, started late in life as a DJ and has been involved in the House music scene from the late eighties early nineties as a promoter, most notably the Limelight Shaftesbury Avenue.