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Posts Tagged ‘Soul’

Etop: “Masterworks” is especially proficient on slower emotional grooves

Etop is not your typical electronic artist. If someone says to you that Etop plays electronic music do not go thinking that he plays heavy beats and dance songs. Well he does, but not quite the way you’re thinking. Etop is ev...


Andre Gimaranz: ‘Supermoon’ – absolutely satisfying from the beginning to the end

After 15 years as a session musician, Brazilian guitarist, singer and songwriter, Andre Gimaranz’s first solo album, ‘Handmade’, was released in 2015 gaining instant attention from the industry and fans alike, resulting ...



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Lexisugar: “The Journey” is focused and consistent

Currently there are many names bigger than Lexisugar when it comes to R&B and Soul mass acclamation. This may be because the Nigerian born record producer, audio engineer, musician, singer, songwriter, music consultant and ...



Pasko: “The Lonesome Traveller” takes you on a journey

The first time you hear Australian singer-songwriter, Pasko, you’ll probably think your ears are playing tricks on you. Surely, you reckon, this has to be a new record by some legendary soul singer trying his hand at a 21st C...


Kelvin Frazier, Ph.D. – “Marked and Scarred” – Easy on the eyes, honey to the ears

Kelvin Frazier, Ph.D. is a musician, chemist, professor, consultant and entrepreneur. With neo-soul, R&B and 90/80s hip-hop sub-genres making a major come back in modern urban music, it is no surprise that an artist such as...



“Groove” – This distillation of sound is J Metro at his purest

Jimmie (J Metro) Moore is a Singer, Songwriter, Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist and Poet based in Houston, Texas. With 8 Billboard Charting Singles, J Metro has opened for Faith Evans, Brian McKnight, John B, Mary J Blige, Mau...


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Chris Jay: “Rain” has its own kind of burning intensity

The Texan artist Chris Jay, who specializes in a blend of soul, pop and EDM is a class act, using old-fashioned sensuality to sell his image rather than raunchy sex like some of his contemporaries. His latest track, “Rain”,...


Ser Franklin – “Lonely Soul” makes for a passionate listen

Debut albums have often been trials of sorts for different musical acts. For some, they’ve been instant masterpieces; for others, stepping stones to bigger and better things; and in most cases, they’ve been utter failures. ...



“Miracles” – ARTEM CITHARA (ft. Nicole Elizabeth & Slick Sax) features extensive musicality

Artem Cithara (producer, composer), Nicole Elizabeth (vocals) and Slick Sax (saxophone), make a dynamic team on their brand new single “Miracles”. At once haunting, retro and modern, you’ll fall in love with Nicole...


Cassie Holt and The Lost Souls: “Curvy Girl” – obviously gifted in music and song

These days, it seems anyone can make an R&B record. However, recording a soul track takes that special intangible element that not all have. Cassie of Cassie Holt and The Lost Souls, offers cadences that move in an affable ...