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Film Review: ‘The Revenant’

The Revenant is an exceptional film, based on the story of real-life frontiersman Hugh Glass. Director Alejandro G. Iñárritu brings this incredible tale to life in a manner both vivid and incredibly dark. Visually, the audience is brought into various […]

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Holiday playlist

Santa Baby: A Soulfully Romantic Holiday Playlist

While this time of year tends to conjure up images of huge families reuniting for the holiday season, there are others out

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SoulTrain.com’s Most Anticipated Releases of 2016

As 2015 draws to a close, music fans are already on the lookout for new releases from some of our favorite artists.

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Album Review: The Weeknd’s ‘Beauty Behind The Madness’

“They told me not to fall in love, that sh*t is pointless.”

This is the theme running throughout The Weeknd’s entire catalogue, and he

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And It Feels So Good: 5 R&B Groups We’d Love To See Reunite

Soulful duo Floetry reunited in 2015 after spending some time apart, much to the delight of their thousands of fans who have been waiting

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10 Amazing R&B Singers You’re Sleeping On

R&B lovers, rejoice! The days of sitting around and waiting for repetitive radio stations to introduce you to new artists are over. 

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Event Recap: Goapele Talks Music, Activism and Being ‘Strong As Glass’

Songstress and Bay Area native Goapele recently brought her beauty, brains, and impressive pipes to NYC to chop it up with fans about her

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Event Recap:  Bilal Breaks Down New Album ‘In Another Life’ in NYC

Fresh off one of the most talked about sets at Essence Fest this year, Money Over

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Soul Icons on the Big Screen

Producing and filming a biopic can be a very taxing endeavor.  Not only do you have all the same worries of any other film, but

2nd Chances

Second Chances: Artists Who Soared After Being Dropped

Several artists were dropped from their labels early in their careers, only to find success later.  Kelly Rowland, Sevyn Streeter, Jhene Aiko, and Tamar Braxton



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