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Lathun feat. India Arie - When Love Came In (Quentin Harris Epod Mix) (Fall Out Records)

The daughter of Joyce Simpson, a former singer signed to Motown as a teenager, Denver, CO-born India Arie got encourage to develop her artistic skills by her parents at an early age, establishing herself as a Neo-Soul singer by the beginning of the 2000’s. 72 more words


Keim: Scouting success and fine wine

The Cardinals are 3-0, and without any significant injuries coming out of the dominant win over the 49ers (go ahead, you can knock on wood) the appearance of General Manager Steve Keim on the “Doug and Wolf” show on Arizona Sports 98.7 Monday morning was less about news and more about GM analysis. 313 more words


Jennifer Hudson - Spotlight (Quentin Harris Dark Collage Extended Club Mix) (Arista)

Chicago, IL-born Jennifer Hudson pretty much made it twice. Awarded as an actress, rising to fame as a finalist on the FOX reality/talent-search television series ‘American Idol’ back in 2004 prior portraying… 48 more words


Traxsource iDMW Top#10 (Sept. 2015)

#01 – Jay Nemor – Music Suite Soul (Sound Science Capital Soul Afro Lounge Edit) (Cyberjamz)
Sweden-based American singer/musician Jason Nemor Harden, aka Jay Nemor…

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Quentin Harris feat. Robert Owens - Always (Trackheadz Vocal Remix) (DNH)

10 years, no less, have gone since the release of this deep and soulful mastercut on Home Recordings, and the feeling remains the same. Timeless and vibrant, which is the proper of finely crafted music. 25 more words

Soulful House

Quentin Harris feat. Robert Owens - Always (Kaje Trackheadz Remix) (Trackheadz)

10 years after its original release on Home Recordings as already remixed by Kaje Trackeadz, this monster jam resurfaces for our greatest pleasure, with a brand new rework by the latter giving it a rougher edge over a sharp rhythmic part, and therefore an irresistible energetic feel. 23 more words

Soulful House

Dawn Tallman - Burning Up (Tyrone Francis Orig. Voc Mix) (Blak-n-Yello)

Born in Britain, Tyrone moved to Brooklyn when he was an early teens with his family. He would embrace music first when attending his first Paradise Garage as hosted by… 73 more words