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Sound Check: three5human

One thing I never anticipated in Atlanta is discovering how much of a transplant city it has become, given its history in black music. Outside of popular rap music, I find no true Atlanta scene. Instead, I see folks from […]

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Noel Gourdin

Sound Check: Noel Gourdin—A “Soul & B” Lasting Impression

With a voice that reminds us all that soulful R&B music still exists, singer Noel Gourdin is making sure that it’s here to

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Sound Check: MoZaic

Strong vocalism and live instrumentation will never die. Don’t you just love going to a live show to hear singers belt it out

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Sound Check: Nino Augustine and the OPE Band

Let’s face it. Atlanta has a strong arts renaissance with a slew of artists waiting for the next opportunity to blow up.  And

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Sound Check: RND—“Be With Me”

One of RND’s two managers is frantic, his eyes bulged, mouth gaping, sweat streaking from his forehead to his face. Following yet another

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Sound Check: Steven Russell Harts—Still ‘Spreading His Wings’

If you saw the BET Awards last month, then you were reminded of the R&B quintet Troop, or Total Respect Of Other People to be

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Sound Check: Shelea—An Eclectic Mix of Sound

It’s rare for a new artist to be able to boast one legend, let alone two on their debut album. However, that’s not the case

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Sound Check: Marwan (Soulflow)

Marwan (Soulflow) is an up-and-coming artist who has hit the soul/R&B scene. This singer/songwriter/musician, who has worked with producers and songwriters including The Underdogs’ Melvin

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Sound Check: Big Freedia

It’s pretty interesting how exactly Freddie Ross, a.k.a. Big Freedia, became the face of New Orleans-based bounce music. Beginning his career as a backup dancer

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Sound Check: Shaliek—A Journey of Blood, Sweat, Tears

Second chances are rare in the music industry, but R&B crooner and songwriter Shaliek is getting another opportunity after giving up the spotlight to work



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