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Some Way Out Funk Courtesy Of The Legendary Steve Arrington

Some Way Out Funk Courtesy Of The Legendary Steve Arrington

Have you had your funk today?

A Diva Disaster: The Queen Of Soul Stumbles With Covers Collection

A Diva Disaster: The Queen Of Soul Stumbles With Covers Collection

No, Aretha. Just…no.

Lenny Kravitz Struts To A Dancier Beat On New Album

Lenny Kravitz Struts To A Dancier Beat On New Album

Lenny celebrates 25 years of being Lenny by…being Lenny.

Album Review: Prince's Art Official Age

Album Review: Prince’s Art Official Age

Is “Art Official Age” a return to form? Or is it more of the same ol’ lazy that we’ve been getting from Prince for most of the past decade?

Dance/Funk Paradise: Harts Releases Daydreamer LP

Dance/Funk Paradise: Harts Releases Daydreamer LP

Want to dance? Check out Harts’ new album and thank me later.

Jody Watley Returns To Take You To Paradise

Jody Watley Returns To Take You To Paradise

Get ready to dance your behind off with the help of Jody Watley’s new EP.

A Sequel As Good As The Original: The Robert Glasper Experiment's Black Radio 2

A Sequel As Good As The Original: The Robert Glasper Experiment’s Black Radio 2

Keyboardist Robert Glasper (and his three bandmates who make up the Robert Glasper Experiment) might be the only act remaining who can garner pop attention while offering a sound that has at least a pinky toe in jazz. With 2012’s Black Radio, the Experiment managed to successfully integrate the worlds of jazz and R&B like no one has been able to do in maybe two decades. Featuring a who’s who of soul and hip-hop luminaries, Black Radio deservedly won the […]

Toad The Wet Sprocket's New Constellation: As If They Never Left

Toad The Wet Sprocket’s New Constellation: As If They Never Left

Welcome back, guys. Seriously.

K-Ci & Jojo's My Brother's Keeper: In 300 Words Or Less

K-Ci & Jojo’s My Brother’s Keeper: In 300 Words Or Less

Somebody say “ooh yeah!”

More Good Than Not: A Review Of RJD2's More Is Than Isn't

More Good Than Not: A Review Of RJD2’s More Is Than Isn’t

One bad-ass multi-hyphenate has returned.

Hold On, We're Going To Review Drake's Nothing Was The Same

Hold On, We’re Going To Review Drake’s Nothing Was The Same

Mehhhhhhhhhhhhh…

Reverend Mothers Bring Rock Back With Acolyte's Revival EP

Reverend Mothers Bring Rock Back With Acolyte’s Revival EP

Rock & roll ain’t dead. Actually, it might be living in Boston.