Who would have expected, the return of Roots Manuva? He's back with the aptly titled So Jazzy a gentle production full of trumpets and double bass. A slight change in style, his voice also is a bit cleaner. In the chorus Rodney Smith pays homage to Jazzie B. Rhymes are made overt in part due to special emphasis and pronunciation exaggerated by Root's unique style.
The Legendary Jazzie B (Soul 2 Soul) brings back some true soul, jazz, funk and r'n'b music to the Wardrobe this Friday 26th October. Supported by AfroPhysics, the UK's only truly live Hip-Hop Fusion band, bringing their tight, energetic live show to the stage. Represent yourself this Friday.
British dance legends Soul II Soul will be bringing their innovative sound to Bournemouth’s Opera House in a show that will live up to the bands philosophy, ‘A Happy face, a Thumpin’ bass, for a Lovin’ race’! Soul II Soul will be setting the stage alight on 2nd November with their first live tour since 1988, with their funky beats, which caught the nation’s attention in the late 80’s and shaped the sound of dance music in the UK, with its mixture of smooth soul and dance vibes.
17 years after the release of Soul II Soul's ground-breaking 'Club Classics Vol. 1' album, group leader Jazzie B regaled an audience of music industry personnel and fans with stories about his career and the making of the chart-topping album. 'Club Classics Vol. 1' was the subject of the Black Music Congress (BMC) organised Trailblazing British Black Music Album Anatomy, which took place on Thursday at the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) office in London.