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First Listen: PVibez and Laurnea give a nighttime jam

(May 25, 2019) The first time that I reviewed PVibez’s music, I described him as a musical geek who loved being holed up in his studio putting things together. That was a few years ago, and I don’t know how much things have changed in the intervening years. One thing that has remained somewhat constant has been his collaborations. And as he returns with a new tune, “Just in Case,” he has reached back to work with an old friend, Laurnea.

World Premiere Video: Prince Damons lives it up on "This Side"

(May 25, 2019) A few months ago, we introduced SoulTrackers to the talented singer and producer, Prince Damons. The Mississippi-born, Bay Area based artist is known for his production work with Whitney Houston, Lenny Williams and Dwele, and in between he struts his stuff as a solo artist.

First Listen: Jennifer Holliday sings to her "Baby Tonight"

(May 24, 2019) She burst like a comet onto the scene in the early 1980s with her drop-the-mic performance as Effie in the stageplay Dreamgirls, and that was the beginning of the world's fascination with singer supreme, Jennifer Holliday.

Over the next several years, Ms. Holliday released several albums, always sounding singular as a singer, even with uneven material. And she largely kept her fans satisfied with records in the soul, jazz, gospel and dance genres.

First Listen: Kejam and Derick Pierre are "Back Together"

(May 24, 2019) The mainstream either doesn’t know what to do with R&B crooners such as Derick Pierre, or figures there is no place for them. Consequently, the industry either tries to change them into something that is more contemporary and less classic, or the industry discards them. Music fans who pine for singers who possess the kind of mature and well trained husky yet smooth baritone that is Pierre’s calling card complain about the dearth of good slow and mid-tempo soul and R&B.

First Listen: FATi is all about love in the first degree

(May 23, 2019) Afro-pop has a new sensation in FATi, whose debut E.P., Give Me More, became a hit in various parts of Africa.  And after hitting the charts big in Africa, her first two singles, “Queen” and “L.O.V.E. Love,” have received significant airplay on the radio in the US and Europe. This Liberian born singer/songwriter/producer who studied music management in the U.S.

ConFunkShun's Eric EQ Young and Jaee Logan "Stomp" together

(May 22, 2019) The late, great Louis “Thunderthumbs” Johnson is a bassist that generations of players like Eric “EQ” Young grew up admiring and wood shedding to as they refined their art. Johnson along with his lead guitar playing brother, George “Lightenin’ Licks” Johnson were much in demand musicians before achieving fame as The Brothers Johnson.

R.I.P. Melvin Edmonds of After 7

(May 19, 2019) We are extremely sad to inform SoulTrackers of the death of After 7 cofounder and co-lead singer Melvin Edmonds, after a long illness. The talented Edmonds provided the expressive counterpoint to brother Kevon‘s sweet first tenor leads on a string of great hits for the trio during the 80s and 90s. They became a fan favorite and a group that survived much to continue to remain relevant to this day.

First Listen: Taj Mahal's daughter Deva is the real deal...again

(May 17, 2019) If last year’s Run Deep was supposed to be the proving ground for the musical offspring of a legend, then Deval Mahal proved that she is more than ready to make her own way in the music industry. She is as funky as she wants to be and when she carried the torch on that album’s power ballad “It’s Down To You,” and the world came to hear her burn. “Turnt Up,” the sleek, funky and steamy duet with Allen Stone was another highlight from a record that was filled with them.