Catching Up With Elliot

Apologies, apologies, 100x I'm sorry. Just like Elton and the boys from Blue (now that is a blast from the past) I want to know what I gotta do to make you love me. I abandoned you all, so here's a bunch of great tunes I've listened to that hopefully cover all bases and mean we aren't in this silly fight any more. … [Read more...]

The Man – Omar

If you've never heard of Omar, then unfortunately you'd be among one of many that have most likely heard and enjoyed the music that he has inspired but overlooked the creator himself. Well, hopefully now is the time for you all to take note with the release of his first album in 7 years, 'The Man'. … [Read more...]

Breakfast Can Wait – Prince

Words cannot explain how excited I am that the purple soul/funk aural sex god that is Prince has retuned to our ears. No disrespect to Justin Timberlake, but this is how you get your comeback groove on: … [Read more...]

Tell Me – Slum Village ft. D’Angelo

  When it comes to 90s and early 2000s hip-hop groups, Slum Village doesn't usually feature in the most common names of the era - Wu Tang Clan, Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest, etc. - but they definitely should. … [Read more...]

The Nines: 90s R&B

Undoubtedly one of the greatest genres of all time has to be R&B, from its jazz and gospel roots incorporating the likes of Ray Charles and Bo Diddley to modern day influences like Rihanna and Frank Ocean. In my opinion, though, R&B had its heyday in the 1990s and here's nine reasons why: … [Read more...]

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