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Cocaine 80s – Anywhere But Here

This one’s courtesy of Mr. Tom Simpson (scroll down, he isn’t the fetching Egyptian lass at the top of the ‘About Us’ page) – cheers! – they’re a hip-hop collective put together by producer No I.D. featuring Common, James Fauntleroy, Kevin Randolph,… Continue Reading →

Marsha Ambrosius – Far Away

The kind of soulful R&B that could as easily be Alicia Keys, but it’s a track off the solo debut release from Marsha Ambrosius

Jesse Boykins III – Amorous

I wouldn’t bat an eyelid if someone told me this was released around the time of early Maxwell or D’Angelo – his voice is beautiful and the understated, effortless smooth is similarly soulful.

Wise Blood – Loud Mouths

I did say there was another voice coming – here it is, and for a totally different reason: Wise Blood – Loud Mouths The vocal is not beautiful, and it won’t make you catch your breath (James Vincent McMorrow at… Continue Reading →

Miguel Jontel – All I Want Is You (Feat. J Cole)

I’m a massive late 90s R&B fan and sometimes a bit of a snob about it in a “they don’t make ’em like they used to” way. R&B and hip-hop that gets me these days is few and far between… Continue Reading →

Jai Paul – BTSTU

I’m about to say something big: This is my track of the year so far. (Well… I thought it was big) Jai Paul – BTSTU I don’t even know what genre the track fits into, if any – perhaps R&B,… Continue Reading →

Romeo Must Die…

No, not some dark and tortured literary essay about the inevitable and necessary demise of one half of everyone’s favourite star-crossed lovers. It’s a film starring Jet Li and Aaliyah – and this post is about the soundtrack. I was… Continue Reading →

Faith Evans – Ain’t Nobody

If you know where this has come from it’s possible you read the note posted up here on Monday. The main lyrics to this promptly appeared in my head after writing that post, admittedly a little wrong, and are just… Continue Reading →

Raghav

The songs are: Let’s Work It Out – especially loved because it samples Leke Pehla Pehla Pyar (spotify), one of the most beautiful 50s Golden Greats ever written, performed here by Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle (yes, as in ‘Brimful of Asha’),… Continue Reading →

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