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World Premiere: Erik Rico delivers a winner from funk music compilation

(July 18, 2019) Back in 1997, Columbia Records exec Randy Jackson signed singer, songwriter and producer Erik Rico to a contract, and there began an enviable career that has helped make the North Carolina native a “go to” talent for many major artists.

Eric has written and produced music for such notables as Jasmine Guy, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Jurassic 5, Planet Asia, Ladybug Mecca (Digable Planets) and Q-Tip, and has sung on many releases ranging from neo-soul, jazz, house, broken-beat and hiphop productions.

First Listen: Vladimir Cetkar is "Going Home" on new single

(July 17, 2019) We’ve been following talented Macedonian singer/guitarist Vladimir Cetkar for a few years now. The Berklee College of Music alum has delivered consistently pleasing music that straddles the line between R&B, jazz and pop, often with a touch of Philly soul.

First Listen: Candace Woodson emerges to “Never Let Go”

(July 17, 2019) There is a story about singer Candace Woodson that tells a lot about her tenacity. Twenty-eight days after her 2014 breast cancer surgery, Woodson was back to business as usual performing at the wedding of one of John Cougar Mellencamp’s daughters. And since that event, Woodson has kept on working hard, ascending to soul star status, especially in the UK, where her composition “Free” and her female empowerment ballad “The Answer Is No” became big hits.

"Bad Mama Jama" singer Carl Carlton hospitalized after stroke

(July 15, 2019)  Carl Carlton, the talented Detroit-born singer who topped the charts with two VERY differently styled hits, is ailing in a Detroit hospital after reportedly suffering a stroke. The stroke caused the 66 year old Carlton to miss a planned concert in Detroit last night. Fortunately, he is reportedly alert and speaking.

First Listen: The Diplomats of Solid Sound are going to "Move On"

(July 14, 2019) With all the attention on the looming Iowa caucuses and the Democratic blue wave campaigning that’s happening now, it’s comforting news to know that there’s some “sweet soul music” coming out of there. In the middle of America’s heartland, the Iowa City-based eight-piece band The Diplomats of Solid Sound have dropped “Move On,” a stellar single showcasing their love for ‘60’s soul, retro funk, and sassy horns.

First Listen: Bobby Womack helped Rustee Allen on final recording

(July 13, 2019) What do you do when you have a role in a historic figure’s final act?  Well, if that figure is Bobby Womack and you add the funky bass line to a tune that turned out to be Womack’s final live studio recording before his passing in 2014, you might want to put that song out.

First Listen: Goood News "Can't Stop The Love"

(July 13, 2019) When we last heard from legendary music producer Dr. Marlin McNichols, he was working on the excellent new album from another iconic act, The Undisputed Truth. Now Marlin returns with a new production, guiding the emerging multicultural band, Goood News.