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Don't forget our re runs for the international listeners:- Mondays 2am- 4am (thats Sunday night) Tuesday 1pm - 3pm (Daytime), Thursdays 4am-6am All UK times, or simply check out our schedule at Starpoint Radio Schedule. The UK Soul Chart plays the top 30 new soulful tunes of the week & interviews with the artists. Presented on rotation by Steve King, Mark Tritone, Brett Costello and Dave W, the UK Soul chart reflects the radio airplay in the UK and soul tastemakers playlists. Read more



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First Listen: Meecah speaks strength to abuse victims on “Higher”

(January 21, 2018) The past few months have been world-changing, with women becoming empowered to more openly discuss both sexual harassment in the workplace and domestic violence at home. An emerging pop-soul artist based in New York City, Meecah is a 21-year vocalist taking a powerful stance both musically and lyrically.

Born Micailah Lockhart, Meecah began her career singing in the church choir as a child, but learned a lot at home: she is the daughter of a musician who worked alongside The Commodores.

First Listen: Brandy, Common, Glasper and Riggins are "Optimistic"

(January 21, 2018) In a musical world filled with more recorded collaborations, it only seems fitTING that another collection of musical friends would eventually bond into their own artistic entity.

Dayton, Ohio opens Funk Music Hall of Fame

(January 20, 2018) Dayton, Ohio, as the home of funk? Well, that is the claim by David R. Webb, Sr. and a group of others from the town in middle America, and there is a LOT of history to support that assertion. Webb has spearheaded the creation of The Funk Music Hall of Fame & Exhibition Center (aka TheFunkCenter) in Dayton, which will have its Grand Opening this Spring. Until then, it will be available by appointment only.

R.I.P. Brothers of Soul founder Fred Bridges

(January 19, 2018) We are sad to report to SoulTrackers the death of Fred Bridges, who made a significant contribution to R&B music in the 1950s and 60s through his work as a songwriter and as a co-founder of the group the Brothers of Soul.

Bridges grew up in Detroit and, after serving in the Air Force, worked manual jobs while trying to move the group and his career forward.  

First Listen: Parliament returns to make us "Sick" with funk

(January 19, 2018) It’s been a long time since Parliament has created new music. Thirty-eight years to be exact. Parliament disbanded in the early 1980s, but the funk never really went away. George Clinton had hits such as “Atomic Dog” as a solo artist, and the members of the P-Funk family reconstituted and played under a variety of names, including most recently The Big Ole Nasty Getdown.

First Listen: Keith Sweat and K-Ci deliver a slow dance winner

(January 19, 2018) Keith Sweat has been riding the top of the R&B world for three decades, and the host of the Sweat Hotel doesn't show any signs of stopping soon.

The always moving Mr. Sweat is back with a song that recalls the Blue-Lights-In-The-Basement R&B ballads of the 70s and 80s, but it sounds right on time in 2017. "How Many Ways" is a tour de force, made all the better by the guest performance by Jodeci's K-Ci.

World Premiere: Anissa Hargrove says to "Never Give Up"

(January 18, 2018) DC-based singer Anissa Hargrove made her name 20 feet from stardom, singing background for a who’s who of R&B singers ranging from Patti LaBelle to The Delfonics. She now sings regularly with disco queen Gloria Gaynor and longtime SoulTracks fave Shirley Jones of the Jones Girls -- when not performing as a lead singer herself.

First Listen: Bluff City wants to "Show You" their big new hit

(January 18, 2018) Once upon a time, yet not long ago, R&B had a different type of vibe: sensual, yet subtle, love in equal measure with lust and rap cameos appeared in remixes rather than in every other verse. It's that style of soul music that an ambitious quartet, Bluff City, is hoping to revive with their new slow burn of a single, "Let Me Show You."