Contrary to what this EP might connote, we urge you to get your players poppin’ for Allen Stone.
The 26-year-old Stone is inching his way to breaking out onto the mainstream scene, but we’d like to pat ourselves in the back for chronicling his rise this early.Read More
We know that’s already a given, but a sampler might add to your assurance of having an incredible album from Nuela Charles.
The Canadian crooner released her full-length feature, Aware, last October 2012, to digital retailers, but still left a little gift for those who aren’t keen on buying yet: a 4-track taste test of the album featuring good chosen cuts.Read More
Here’s one ‘departure’ from the usual R&B and soul you’re exposed to: Balance and the Travelling Sounds.
Calling their funky music as “neo-soul” (remember Lili K?), the group meshes musical tropes from the jazz, R&B, and hip-hop genres to create a type of music that’s both nostalgic and unmistakably modern at the same time.Read More
Let Liza Ellen take you on a trip back to the early 2000s.
The Dallas-based songstress, who labels her music stylishly as ‘neo soul’, is out to bring the lucrative R&B genre back to the way it used to be — smooth and chill. One spin on her latest EP, Everything’s Okay, and this budding talent is one to be compared to acts like Jill Scott and even Erykah Badu.Read More
Hop on the time machine with Kirsten Wenlock’s 60s inspired album titled 1963. The songstress treats the listeners with covers of memorable tracks from the said year, where musical wonders like the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Little Stevie Wonder put out their first releases.Read More