Soul

Soul is a popular music genre that originated in the African American community in the United States in the 1950s and early 1960s. It combines elements of African-American gospel music, rhythm and blues and jazz. Soul music became popular for dancing and listening in the United States, where record labels such as Motown, Atlantic and Stax were influential during the Civil Rights Movement. Soul also became popular around the world, directly influencing rock music and the music of Africa.

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Jordan Mackampa - Under (Music Video)


When you know, you know: love will have its way.
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Caly Bevier - Hate U Sometimes


Worthy spokesperson for a generation of unstoppable LGBTQ warriors.
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Don't Cry (feat. Allen Stone) - The BGP


Stick around until the end for the dueling falsettos and the gospel-flavored soul-party.
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Indie Pop from Canada. - Andrew Waines: Smell The Roses


A beautiful harmony served over a simple groove on the electric guitar, waxing romantic about the girl of his dreams.
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Anthem to Self Empowerment. - Don Diablo and Jessie J: Brave


We connect with the person we are meant to be.
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Angelic Soul from the UK. - James Bay: Bad


We are left with the painful residue of a tough situation.
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Fresh Soul Pop. - Gina Brooklyn: Losers


A gorgeous homage to the power of romantic imagination.
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Vivid Retro Soul. - Native Harrow: Something You Have


A bittersweet moment of longing, lost in the visceral projections of a vivid imagination.
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Abhi The Nomad - Somebody to Love (Acoustic Version)


A street-vibe, and a sense of youthful urgency inform this lonesome love song.
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Solo Piano and Vocal. - Listen to Ess Bogale: Flow


Delivers the message of self-empowerment on a stark canvas of acoustic piano and whispered soprano.
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Bouncy Retro-Soul. - Rachel Mazer: Sparrows Wings


Mazer has concocted a moving, cross-genre example of her distinctly personal retro-soul.
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Electro-Pop from London. - Listen to Arlo: Changing


An energetic electro-pop number about embracing the crazy that we call life.