There is a lot of old music to be rediscovered! So with the new year we would like to look back at some undiscovered gems in this classic takeover.
Ruby And The Romantics - Our Day Will Come
In 1963 r&b legends 'Ruby And The Romantics' had a smash hit with 'Our Day Will Come'. A soulful anthem about the uncertainties of love.
The Chakachas - Jungle Fever
In 1972 the Belgian group 'The Chakachas' released the song 'Jungle Fever'. Even though it was banned by the BBC for the sighs throughout the track, it is still an all time latin soul classic.
The Flares - Foot Stomping (Part 1)
The Flares were an American doo-wop group from Los Angeles. Their notable members were Richard Berry (writer of 'Louie Louie') and Cornell Gunter (known for the 'The Coasters'). 'Foot Stomping (Part 1)' laid the groundworks for what was yet to come.
The Champs - Chariot Rock
The American Rock 'n Roll band 'The Champs' released 'Chariot Rock' in 1958. This up-tempo tune will have you swinging like they did in 50's!
After achieving double platinum on his previous album '2014 Forest Hill Drive'. J. Cole dropped his latest album '4 Your Eyez Only'. On Deja Vu he passionately raps about getting the attention from a lady he likes.
For his latest project, American multi-talent Childish Gambino takes a whole new artistical direction with his newest album 'Awaken, My Love!".The funk infused vibe on 'Redbone' will set the mood anytime, anywhere.
Little is known about Yooth, but truth be told, he made a very solid debut tune in collaboration with singer Mo cushle. The smooth electronic sounds combined with the mythical voice from Mo Cushle, makes this a very promising debut!
Swedish producer Mr. Tophat joins forces with powerhouse Robyn for this wonderful track titled 'Trust Me'. This laid back jam filled with percussion and beautiful vocals will definitely get you through the cold days! Trust me.
You might know Maggie Rogers as the viral sensation who brought Pharrell Williams to tears with here self produced song 'Alaska'. Last week she released a second - equally beautiful - song titled: ’Dog Years'. We are more then exited for what is yet to come.