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YouKnowIGotSoul X Soul In Stereo Present the Top 100 R&B Songs of 2014 Countdown (Completed List)

It’s became our yearly tradition to name the top 100 r&b songs of the year, and we’re back to do just the same for 2014. We partnered up with our writer Edd Bowser’s site SoulinStereo once again just like in…

Album Review: Faith Evans “Incomparable”

Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com When it comes to album titles, a lot of artists out here are living a lie. Iggy Azalea’s The New Classic? Playa please. But when Faith Evans calls her self Incomparable, you better believe it. Her track…

Album Review: Jagged Edge, JE Heartbreak II

Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com Is JE Heartbreak the greatest Jagged Edge album of all time? That’s the type of question that keeps the You Know I Got Soul family up at night. I’m serious. We recently spent half the night debating…

Album Review: Dave Hollister, Chicago Winds … The Saga Continues

Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com Where did the love go? Here’s a tip – don’t go looking for it on urban radio. Don’t believe me? Switch to your favorite station and two things will become clear: The radio absolutely sucks. And…

Mini-Album Review: Jennifer Hudson, JHUD

Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com The whole world is riding a wave of nostalgia right now. Transformers and Ninja Turtles are blowing up bad guys in movie theaters; preteens are walking around with high-top fades for some ungodly reason; and…

Album Review: Luke James, Luke James

  Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com Luke James’ road to his debut solo release has been long, rocky and winding. And he still has more to prove. That’s not reflection on his talent, of course. I’ll gladly go on record…

Album Review: Jhené Aiko, Souled Out

Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com Jhené Aiko’s road to music superstardom has been long, winding and flooded with emotion. She had a stint with B2K as Lil’ Fizz’s play cousin, label drama that caused her debut album to be shelved, the…

Album Review: Marsha Ambrosius, “Friends & Lovers” (4.5 out of 5 Stars)

Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com Marsha Ambrosius has some of the sweetest vocals in the game right now, but lord knows she loves to get nasty. That shouldn’t be a surprise though. Even as one-half of the duo Floetry, the…

Album Review: Robin Thicke, “Paula”

Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com I think some of y’all have been too hard on Robin Thicke. Yes, I know Paula – Thicke’s seventh album and very public attempt to win back the heart of (allegedly) estranged wife Paula Patton – comes…

Album Review: Joe, “Bridges”

Words by Edward T. Bowser, SoulInStereo.com Joe makes this R&B thing look so easy. For an artist who has been around since Fox was showing new episodes of “Martin,” Joe has shown no signs of slowing down, consistently releasing strong material on…