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First Listen: Usher gets ready for "Confessions II" with Ella Mae duet

(December 14, 2019) Usher's 2004 album Confessions was THE album of that year, and catapulted his already impressive career into the stratosphere. His recordings since then have been hit or miss, but folks are getting extremely excited about his upcoming new album Confessions II, slated for an early 2020 release.

First Listen: Mamas Gun returns with a sweet gem

(December 14, 2019) SoulTrackers know that one of our favorite new bands of the past few years has been the UK’s Mamas Gun. With a sound that brings forward elements of everything from Hall & Oates to 70s soul, they’ve come out of the box with a series of incredibly fun albums. Every release from this group is a cause for celebration for us, including last year's Golden Days, and lead singer Andy Platts' side gigs in the duo Young Gun Silver Fox.

First Listen: Sananda Maitreya, fka Terence Trent D'Arby, issues career-spanning live album

(December 13, 2019) Most SoulTrackers know Sananda Maitreya under his former name, Terence Trent D’Arby. The talented singer and songwriter took the music world by storm in 1987 with his incredible debut album, Introducing The Hardline According to Terence Trent D’Arby, a monster of a disc that yielded multiple hits.

First Listen: Isaac Carree gives us a great "Gift"

(December 12, 2019) Six years may seem like a long time to take a break from recording, but when you are Gospel Artist Isaac Carree, you find ways to maintain a presence in the industry. From touring with Diddy and Faith Hill, to his “Good Vibes” show on Satellite Radio and his book, Carree has been expanding his brand. As the year draws to a close, Carree continues to stay in the giving mood as he releases “The Gift,” the second single from his forthcoming album entitled No Risk, No Reward.

First Listen: Tamia takes on Stevie Wonder holiday classic

First Listen: Tamia takes on Stevie Wonder holiday classic

See the Winners! 2019 SoulTracks Readers' Choice Awards

(December 9, 2019) The time is here! After months of preparations and ballots going out to thousands of SoulTrackers, we're happy to annouce the winners of the 2019 SoulTracks Readers' Choice Awards, the leading awards dedicated to independent soul music.  Many thanks to you, SoulTrackers, for participating and voting for your favorites.

We are very proud to present this year's winners, chosen by SoulTrackers from a stellar list of nominees. A special congratulations to those winners. Here they are, with a song sample from each.

First Listen: Sargent Tucker "Unites" us at Christmas

(December 8, 2019) When one hears the real funky soulful package deal that oozes from an artist's belly, it makes you want to follow along.  The First Listen readers have flocked towards the sophisticated smooth old school from Sargent Tucker ever since he was first noticed on "All the Squares".  The thumbs-up continued for the steady funk driven “I Need Your Love” and “No One Can Replace You.”  In conjunction with supplying music to soothe souls, the New Orleans born, current San Francisco resident performs supporting many causes from earthquake relief to international hap

First Listen: Stevie Wonder helps Kimberly Brewer celebrate Christmas

(December 8, 2019) Her stylishly soulful voice has complemented some of the finest urban hit makers, including Earth Wind and Fire and Stevie Wonder.  While Kimberly Brewer is a much respected talent in the industry as a backing vocalist and duet partner for over three decades, her opportunities to shine in the solo spotlight are much too rare.  Blessed with a voice that radiates a soulful aftertaste without the excess diva power, one of Brewer’s career highlights was a holiday duet with Wonder entitled “I Love You More” from the 2002 compilation, A Very Special Christmas 5

"I Don’t Want People To Forget What He Sounded Like"

(December 6, 2019) He was an icon who possessed a legendary voice. Al Jarreau was the most completely unique vocalist in American recorded music, and he was an American Treasure.