Surely one of the Best Kept Secrets is this amazing Platinum Pied Pipers joint, “Would It Hurt You To Try Me”, featuring Eleuud (also known as Dwele). Wow can’t believe this was already 7 years ago. I used to bump this jam for days! For those who don’t know about this yet, forgot this or anyone really who’d like to hear some real music…enjoy! It was released on vinyl back in 2005 on the “Chop Chop 3” compilation promo, but never came out officially to my knowledge.
Here we have a brand new soulful single from Morris Alan that just came out. The song “U Make Me Say” featuring DC’s Dame Luke is an introduction to Alan’s forthcoming project “The Love Sessions”, which is due in October. You guys might remember we posted “Let It Ride” earlier this year which was produced by Kev Brown.
Morris Alan – U Make Me Say Ft. Dame Luke[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Morris-Alan-U-Make-Me-Say-Ft.-Dame-Luke-MOOVMNT.mp3]
One of the slickest Soul crooners of our generation is still Motor City’s Dwele. Loved by many and even though his style became a bit more mainstream each year, he still manages to pull a brand new album out of his fedora hat that contains music for everyone. Next week “Greater Than One” will release on E1 Music and make no mistake…there will be some babies conceived to songs such as “Obey”. There’s guest features from Raheem DeVaughn, Black Milk & Monica Blaire, but find out for yourself what more this album has to offer. Available on as of now.
Hailing from Los Angeles, KING, is an organic trio of young women. Paris, Amber and Anita met by chance in Boston and were destined to make music together. Their debut project is called “The Story” EP and sounds a bit like a modern-day fairytale. The EP dropped today so get it via if you dig.
Many of you have been waiting for this since Voodoo and some of you might have given up all hope. Judgement day is at hand and D’Angelo‘s “James River” album prelude is a fact. The album contains some alternate tracks recorded during the James River studio sessions as well as the first single picked from James River, “1,000 Deaths”. Real D’Angelo fans…get your own copy of this CD at Rush Hour!