Soul

Hozier – ‘Wasteland, Baby!’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Rachael Wright In 2013, when Irish musician and songwriter Andrew Hozier-Bryne a.k.a Hozier pleaded “Take Me to Church” on his debut single, the effect proved to be the reverse, as legions of music listeners around the world made him the new rock deity. The song topped multiple international charts, and in the U.S…. Read more

Ady Suleiman: A Neo-Soul Creative

Photo Credit: Ady Suleiman / YouTube Ady Suleiman is a British neo-soul artist making headway. Born on July 1, 1992 to a British mother and Tanzanian father, this neo-soul artist uses life experiences to cultivate creatively produced music. His soulful music has skyrocketed him to stardom in the ranks of artists like Chance the Rapper,… Read more

Anderson .Paak – ‘Ventura’ Album Review

Anderson .Paak has taken his fans and listeners on a ride up the California West Coast by releasing his fourth studio album Ventura after a short six months of releasing his third studio album Oxnard, and long time fans must admit, they are sitting back and enjoying the view. The two albums were recorded at… Read more

H.E.R. : A Lifetime of Preparation as R&B’s Hottest Commodity

Photo Credit: Victoria Will / Invision H.E.R. is the artistic moniker of the GRAMMY Award winning contemporary R&B artist, Gabriella Wilson. An acronym for: Having Everything Revealed, H.E.R. signifies the “evolution of woman” and represents a nameless, pure message of womanhood. Gabriella, a child prodigy, competitor on Radio Disney’s The Next BIG Thing, and premiere… Read more

Jacob Banks – ‘Village’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jacob Banks Listening to Village by Jacob Banks was an interesting and enjoyable experience from a harmonic and texture standpoint. The album starts off with the track “Chainsmoking” which is a rerecorded version of a tune that put Banks on the map with his 2017 EP, The Boy Who Cried Freedom. The addictive… Read more

Ady Suleiman – ‘Memories’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Facebook.com/AdySuleimanMusic Ady Suleiman is originally a Sony Music artist who left to record his extremely innovative pop album, Memories. Honestly, calling it pop is almost insulting as it contains elements of so many other genres. R&B, acoustic music, Jazz and funk/neo-soul all come to mind when listening to many tracks on this album…. Read more