Austin, Texas-based soul merchants, Black Pumas recently release a glorious music video for their equally captivating single “Colors.” The twosome, which consists of vocalist Eric Burton and Grammy-winning producer and guitarist Adrian Quesada, released their self-titled debut on June 21, 2019, via ATO Records. For
Cautious Clay, the musical outfit of Cleveland-born, Brooklyn-based producer/singer/songwriter Josh Karpeh, has just delivered not but one, but two new live performance videos via Vevo DSCVR’s ‘Artists To Watch’ series. The talented alt-R&B/Soul artist opted to perform the singles “Erase” and “Stolen Moments” for the
New York-based group The Big Takeover continues to tease their upcoming fifth studio recording Spilling Water and have unveiled the new single, “Where Did I Go Wrong?.” The song is the second shared from Spilling Water and highlights the band’s talented brass section and rolling
Soul/R&B singer Nicole Bus has confirmed the routing for her upcoming 18-city “Arise and Shine” tour. The 18-city trek will see Bus travelling across the U.S. supporting her debut album KAIROS, which dropped on October 18th via Roc Nation. Eager fans can purchase tickets here.
Houston, Texas-based soul children, The Suffers have unveiled a music video for their rousing single, “Everything Here.” The song is the title track off the group’s sophomore album, released via Shanachie Entertainment in 2018 (stream/purchase Everything Here here), and as lead vocalist Kam Franklin notes,