Lawrence Preston Gets Back To Top Form With New Track ‘Something For You’


Lawrence Preston’s brand new single is set for greatness, with his emotional and deep delivery in ‘Something For You’.

With a healthy music career, and a talent for conveying emotion through his lyrics and music, Lawrence has graced us with his most recent creation. He has a real burning passion for R&B, and the soul that his music carries. Lawrence has set his sights on proving that soul still exists.

His musicianship shines through this peace, with smooth and soothing basslines, mixed with a polite and sweet voice Lawrence uses to deliver such positive lines. This new brand of ‘Eclectic Soul’ certainly fits with his unique take on what it means to really love someone. With beautiful harmonies and counter melodies through the chorus, this tune will definitely get stuck in your head!

Watch the video to “Something for You” here:





Souli Roots- World Peace Expression

After the success of her This is the Place drum and bass track, released on her own label in 2016, Souli now presents World Peace Expression.

The track is a hugely stirring and emotive call to arms aimed at all nations around the world. Featuring ethic percussive sounds, atmospheric electronic swirls of textured background and Souli’s powerful vocals, there are echoes of Miriam Makeba’s indigenous African delivery as well as the more mainstream sound of Bob Marley and the Wailers political statement songs.

Listen to World Peace Expression here:

Rosie O’Sullivan’s Got Soul


Authentic soul artist Rosie O’Sullivan is back with a new EP inspired by the vibrant soul sounds of the 60s that she grew up listening to.

Having appeared on Britain’s Got Talent and performed at events such as The Brummie Awards and Birmingham Pride, Rosie has since embarked on a solo career which has now voyaged in the direction of soul.

The new EP channels this classic sound whilst touching on Rosie’s past experiences and relationships that have affected her the most. In addition to this, one of these relationships is that of her Mum and Dad, of which the song ‘No One’ is written about. As these are the things that inspire her music the most, Rosie’s music truly comes from the heart and you can feel this when listening to her music.

Brought up with the rousing sounds of Motown, soul and the vibrant style of the sixties, Rosie immersed herself in the unique energy of the music, which has naturally lingered into her own. By the age of eleven Rosie could play both the piano and saxophone and continued to blossom as an artist. She began singing alongside The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain in the 2011 and 2012 BBC Proms and then gained a Bachelor of Music Performance Degree at the London College of Music.

You can listen to some of Rosie’s previous work here:


‘Love Never Felt So Good’ by Omar Kamal


Palestine born and bred, Omar Kamal, is a multifaceted and multi-talented musician winning hearts with his easy listening single, ‘Love Never Felt So Good’.

The singer and piano player is inspired by all walks of music including Frank Sinatra, the Arabic great, Mohammed Abdel Wahab, and even contemporary acts like The Weeknd. However, Michael Jackson fans will know the inspiration for ‘Love Never Felt So Good’ comes from the King of Pop himself.

Kamal’s track may be a cover, but he has expertly reworked the Michael Jackson classic as though  it was written for a smooth jazz audience. The slowed down tempo increases the emotion and depth of the lyrics as Omar lingers enticingly on the end of each line.

Relaxes listening doesn’t come much better than ‘Love Never Felt So Good’. It feels at home during a classy evening dinner or cocktail party, but equally takes all the chaos away on a stress-inducing train commute back home. It is easy to see why Omar Kamal’s music appeals to so many different audiences. He has even been referred to as the ‘Palestinian Michael Bublé’.

Omar’s soft and calming vocals at the beginning of the track lend themselves perfectly to the lyrics and subtext of the song, but Kamal really lets his voice roar during the final chorus displaying his extensive vocal capabilities, only adding to his supreme charm and allure.

Omar caught the eye of Sony music middle after arranging a local concert which led to him signing with the company in 2014; you should certainly be keeping your eye on Omar Kamal

‘Love Never Felt So Good’ will be released October 21st.

For lovers of: Michael Bublé, Harry Connick Jr., Jamie Cullum and Norah Jones

For more on Omar Kamal, check out his social media:



Ronoc releases soulful single ‘No More’


Singer-songwriter Ronoc has been championing a soulful pop/rock sound recently, reminiscent of Paul Weller, Sting and Van Morrison.

Following the success of his last single ‘Battling on’, this latest track sees the artist centring his lyrics around a struggling relationship. The track is delivered with refreshing sense of rawness and emotion rarely seen in today’s musical climate.


‘May Flower’ – feelgood blend of soul and funk from Byron Major


This feelgood blend of soul and funk comes courtesy of rising South African singer, Byron Major. The song revolves around the push and pull that lovers feel in a passionate relationship. Byron takes influence from artists such as Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Prince and Marvin Gaye. The musician has shared the stage with Pavarotti in the past, and performed at Nelson Mandela’s Boston birthday party in 2013. The track was produced by platinum-selling producer, Andy Whitmore.


The Great Voices Of Soul SSE/Wembley Show!

Supported by Smooth Radio and presented by TBH events, the show will be a must-see for fans of true soul music, and for live music fans who want to see how these innovative artists shaped the pop music landscape as we see it today.

At the very top of the bill will be multi-Grammy award winner Patti LaBelle, christened the ‘Godmother of Soul’ thanks to a five decade career that has seen 50 million albums sold. After her 16 years as the lead singer of Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles, LaBelle made the decision to go solo and had several number one hits including ‘If Only You Knew’ and ‘On My Own’, a duet with Michael McDonald. Tremendous critical success followed from Grammy Award winning albums, making her one of the icons of soul music the world over.

Also headlining are LA four piece The Whispers, whose list of 33 top ten hits and twenty Billboard charting albums stretch back to the birth of soul in the 60s. One of the most influential groups of their generation, they were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2003, and accepted by popular vote into the Soul Music Hall of Fame in 2012. Their ground breaking rise in the 60s has also been recognised by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation, who handed the group their prestigious Pioneer Award in 2008.

Meanwhile, from our very own shores, Soul II Soul first found fame in 1989 with huge UK number one ‘Back To Life (However Do You Want Me’)’, a track which also reached the top 5 in the USA and endures to this day. The band went on to win two Grammy awards, and have twice been nominated for ‘Best British Group’ at the BRIT awards, with five nominations in total.

The list of incredible talent on hand for the ‘Voices of Soul’ goes on, including:


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Tickets: £50, £60, £75, £80, £100