Soul Retrospective: The Spinners

Although the Spinners had been together for years, the 1972-1976 era seemed to all but define them. The Spinners started off the ’70s with their last Motown hit, “It’s a Shame,” which was produced by Stevie Wonder. It wasn’t enough […]

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Marsha Ambrosius & Anthony Hamilton – As

Straight from “The Best Man Holiday” film soundtrack comes this duet by Marsha Ambrosius and Anthony Hamilton called “As.” Although not a Christmas

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On the “A” w/Souleo

Ronald Isley Joins Stevie Wonder’s Boycott of Florida When Stevie Wonder says “boycott,” you take heed. That’s exactly what musical legend Ronald Isley believes since he’s

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Classic Soul Album Spotlight: Stevie Wonder’s ‘Inner Visions’

In the 1970s, the Wonder Man of music, Stevie Wonder, was unstoppable. He kept making one masterpiece album after another and his 1973 album Innervisions


The 80s: The 1985 Grammy Award Synthesizer Jam

The 1980s could be penned as “The Golden Age of Keyboards,” with the use of synthesizers and samplers moving to the forefront in music production


Straight No Chaser & Stevie Wonder – Signed, Sealed, Delivered [PREMIERE]

Legendary musician Stevie Wonder gifts his classic record, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered," to a cappella group Straight No Chaser for a funky, harmonious duet that should


PJ Morton – Only One Ft. Stevie Wonder

  PJ Morton hooks up with a legend and his biggest musical influence Stevie Wonder to create “Only One.” The two-stepping love song increases the tempo


Stevie Wonder Responds to Lil Wayne’s Emmett Till Lyric, Epic Agrees to Pull Track

Ironically transpiring during Black History Month, Lil Wayne’s comparison of a rough sex act to the vicious murder of Emmitt Till, a 14-year-old black teen in 1955 for whistling

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Classic Soul Train Album Spotlight: Stevie Wonder’s Talking Book

A musical genius for any century, Stevie Wonder already had many hits in the sixties and early seventies, some of which are the most hard-hitting

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Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo

Macy Gray Covers Stevie Wonder, and the Arts Post-Hurricane Sandy In these times of political turmoil, Stevie Wonder’s songs of socioeconomic inequities and environmental issues resonate deeply. So deeply,

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