“If only being rich in spirit paid off my bills.” Rob Milton assembled a formidable cast of supporting contributors for his soulful new groove, The Threat.” Rob has been known to deliver heartfelt, innovative music drenched in soul and blues for the duration of his career. He also excels as an orchestrator this time around, . . .
Georgia Anne Muldrow‘s Fantastic Voyage project is a funky, unpredictable journey filled with high profile guest appearances and undeniable musicality. Under the alias of Ms. One, Muldrow has created a nineteen-track project that draws from funk, soul, hip-hop and more to create a vibe that will serve us all well this summer at cookouts and kickbacks. . . .
Georgia Anne Muldrow has been popping up left and right on crucial cuts by Ian Kamau, ScienZe, Akua Naru and the Georgia Anne Muldrow has been making waves with her uniquely powerful vocals for quite some time now. Her latest drop, “Ankles,” serves two purposes. Not only does it whet fans’ appetites in general, but . . .
As Ian Kamau recently told OkayPlayer, he is an artist and creator born into a community of artists in Toronto. His latest release, “Heading Home,” displays his creative upbringing and innate sense of musicality. Featuring guest vocalist Georgia Anne Muldrow, “Heading Home” features lush, dramatic instrumentation that adds even more weight to his socially conscious . . .
The Black Opera has been crafting beautiful, substantive music for quite some time now. Their most recent, “Beginning Of The End,” release finds them connecting with powerful vocalist Georgia Anne Muldrow and polished, jazzy producer Tall Black Guy. Appropriately, the new record begins with an operatic sample before we find ourselves immersed in soulful, emotive . . .
“Healer is a spiritual experience that shines a light on the darkness of depression and anxiety and encourages listeners to turn to the healing powers of music in times of need.” Rob Milton is one of the most soulful brothers in Richmond, Virginia. He’s back with a new EP called Healer that draws inspiration from . . .
Only five tracks from Eric Lau‘s 29-track project, Examples, are currently available to stream, but I’m already sold. The album includes a variety of influences, such as hip-hop, soul, jazz, funk, and Brazilian beats. All are deftly woven into a head nod-inducing canvas that piques interest from start to finish. The London-based producer isn’t a . . .