SoulMusic Record Releases

“Jermaine Lockhart is an artist that comes along every once in a while. When you hear him play, it’s something very striking – so that the next time you hear him, you’ll know that there is something very familiar about his sound. His new single release, “Back To The Sunshine” is a great introduction to what I’ve been speaking about – check it out”.
GEORGE BENSON

SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Recordings is proud to present the first digital release of the 1994 album "Chill" by legendary R&B vocalist Lenny Williams. The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame inductee (and former lead singer with Tower Of Power) brings his rich and soulful distinctive vocal style to (10) original compositions and covers of Hall & Oates' "Sara Smile" and the McFadden & Whitehead classic, "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now."

With the recent release of the lilting groove, "Beautiful Possibility" by Ingram Street, the Ohio-based brothers Howard “Minquel” Ingram & Daniel “Woody” Ingram spoke with top UK soul music broadcaster and DJ Steve King (from Starpoint Radio) about the new single, their music and upcoming new album...

Check it out the interview right here...

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SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Recordings is proud to present “Chillin'” by the legendary Larry Graham (known for his pioneering work with his ’70s/’80s funk band Graham Central Station and then as a solo balladeer with hits like “One In A Million You”). This wonderful collection of eleven original songs, co-written and co-produced by award-winning music man Preston Glass is finally seeing the light of day, three decades after it was recorded.

Among the most sampled groups of the 60s and 70s by a slew of top rap and hip-hop artists of the 90s and beyond (including 2 Pac, Ice-T, A Tribe Called Quest, Public Enemy and Beastie Boys among others), the legendary New Orleans band and Grammy Lifetime Achievement awardees The Meters created an instantly recognizable sound through almost a decade of recording, initially for the Josie label and then for Reprise and Warner Brothers.