New Soul Sunday’s Playlist for June 14, 2015

Song Artist Album
They Say Reva DeVito The Catnip Collective
Turn It Up (Us3 Jazz Remix) Us3 Turn It Up EP
Floetic Floetry Floetic
Les Gens (People) Les Nubians Nu Revolution
No Substitute Love Estelle Shine
Who Is He and What Is He to You? Meshell Ndegeocello Peace Beyond Passion
Start Again The Floacist/Raheem DeVaughn Floetry Re:Birth
Vibe Zhane' Pronounced Jah-Nay
Strut Yolanda Johnson Breathing
Bully Omar/Scratch Professor The Man
Winning Hand Bilal A Love Surreal
Without A Fight Janelle Monae For Colored Girls Soundtrack
Love Of My Life Worldwide Erykah Badu/Angie Stone/Bahamadia/Queen Latifah Worldwide Underground
Let Your Heart Be Free Patrice Rushen Shout It Out
Song Artist Album
Player's Anthem (Remix Instrumental) Junior M.A.F.I.A. Player's Anthem
Lay It Down Omar/Estelle Sing (If You Want It)
Keep It Going The Floacist/Raheem Devaughn Floetic Soul
Sugah Daddy D'Angelo & The Vanguard Black Messiah
Won't Do J Dilla The Shining
Stay With Me Platinum Pied Pipers/Tiombe Lockhart Triple P
Find A Way Dwele Subject
It's Like That J Dilla Welcome 2 Detroit
Let The Music Play Collective Peace
Let Me In Floetry Flo'Ology
Bruised But Not Broken Joss Stone
My Apology Floetry Flo'Ology
Play With The Changes 4Hero Play With The Changes
To Be Yours Phonte Charity Starts At Home
Song Artist Album
Wake Up In Another Life Nicolay City Lights, Vol 2: Shibuya
The Secret Nicolay City Lights, Vol. 3: Soweto
Afraid Amel Larrieux Ice Cream Everyday
It's Over John Legend Evolver
4 People Solillaquists of Sound No More Heroes
Get Into This Mike-E AfroFlow
Let Me The Floacist Floetic Soul
Fall In Love Estelle/John Legend The Duets
Afrodance Les Nubians Nu Revolution
Burnin' (Jazzanova Mix) Tate's Place Jazzanova - The Remixes 1997-2000
The Brightest Star Nicolay Soweto
Think Twice The Detroit Experiment The Detroit Experiment
Lansanna's Priestess Donald Byrd Mizell

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