Jacob Banks moves quietly. Rather than shy away from life’s difficulties, Banks prefers to confront them directly in his songs, often courageously charting into territory over things that are too painful, embarrassing, or difficult to talk about.
Nastasha B., a soulstress-songwriter and New York native, is releasing her follow-up single “The Interlude” on Oct. 29.
Disney+ adds a little soul to their inventory come December 25, 2020. From the minds of Pixar Animation Studios, Soul is a music-filled, animated wonder bound to hit the hearts of adults and children alike.
Ashley Edwards only goes by her stage name A$H. (Ash). The Oklahoma City native beamed at her listening party for her first album titled It’s Just Art which dropped on March 22, 2019, and is already in the top five on iTunes R&B/Soul chart.
“I know you all have been waiting for new music. But it takes time because I have to live it first…it has to be authentic. Girl Disrupted, disrupted me, and that’s why I’m comfortable in my chocolate skin.”
Highly charting singles on iTunes, hit songs on the radio, and profiled by publications like The Guardian, Dazed & Confused and Wonderland, all at the age of 22. For Ray Blk this is reality.
Last night, Jazmine Sullivan gave an undeniably breathtaking performance live from the Gramercy Theater in NYC.
It’s amazing to watch old heads come back into Hip Hop after having left their mark.
Apollo Brown, the soul-warrior producer hailing from Detroit is giving his fans a chance to end up verse to verse with Red Pill and Verbal Kent.
Singer/songwriter BJ The Chicago Kid hosted a private listening session in New York City for his new LP In My Mind, dropping this fall.