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Funky DL - Sometimes I Have to Wonder... [Funky DL samples Stevie Wonder] EP [Washington Classics]

Funky DL – Sometimes I Have to Wonder… [Funky DL samples Stevie Wonder] EP [Washington Classics]

Funky DL returns with his new project, the next in his "Funky DL samples" series. Previously, he took on the works of Amy Winehouse (links below), but this time it's the magical audio of Motown legend Stevie Wonder that DL crafts his hip-hop chemistry with. This all new FREE and downloadable EP is entitled "Sometimes I Have To Wonder" and sees DL flippin' such classics as Stevie's "My Cherie Amour" (1969), "He's Misstra Know-It-All" (1974), "Thank You Love" (1966) and "Please Don't Go" (1974).

Sha Stimuli

Sha Stimuli

Sha Stimuli from Brooklyn has been acknowledged for his rhymes and delicacy in creating a distinguished sound of his own, which has been accredited by receiving the "Best Male Rapper Of The Year" award at the 2008 UMA's, the second win after 2007's "Best Lyricist" award. Read on to find out what he had to say when Nikhil Sharma caught up with him.

Omar

Omar

Omar has been at the forefront of UK Soul for more than a decade. Since his first smash – There’s Nothing Like This through his six studio LPs Omar has garnered much critical acclaim. Check out what he had to say to Alex Humphrey about what he has been up to for the past five years and how it was to work with Stevie Wonder.

Omar

Omar – Sing (If You Want It) LP [Ether]

Omar is most likely best remembered amongst the general populous for his timeless and still superb 1991 soulful hit, There's Nothing Like This. Astonishingly he has endured a five-year recording break during which time he has constructed his own studio and established his own imprint. He as ever has constantly been touring and for some, the master musician has never really been away. Now Omar is back with Sing (If You Want It) which is the British soul supremo's sixth and perhaps most smoothly produced album so far.

Omar

Omar Biography

After a five-year recording hiatus - during which time he’s built his own studio, set up his own label and been touring like a madman – the one and only Omar is back. Always soulful and funky, this master musician has the ear and ability to both toch and move anyne who listens to him.