New Soul Sunday’s Playlist for September 20, 2015

Song Artist Album
Tell Me You Love Me Leela James My Soul
Turn It Up (Us3 Jazz Remix) Us3 Turn It Up EP
Find A Way Dwele Subject
Right After Midnight The Foreign Exchange Love In Flying Colors
Baby What You Do To Me Reva DeVito The Catnip Collective
Haboglabotribin' Bernard Wright 'Nard
Vape 88' FTK Dilla Forever
Cloud 9 Donnie The Colored Section
No Surprises Roman GianArthur/Janelle Monae OK Lady
Hardest Thing Coco Malaika
'Til I Met Thee India.Arie Voyage to India
Little Things India.Arie Voyage To India
Languid FTK Dilla Forever
Lettin' Go Janelle Monae Got Purp? Vol. 2
Bust Your Windows Jazmine Sullivan Fearless
I'm Going Down Mary J Blige
Song Artist Album
Player's Anthem (Remix Instrumental) Junior M.A.F.I.A. Player's Anthem
Move Jazz Spastiks/Apani B Fly
Life & Debt Blue Scholars Blue Scholars
So What A Fuss (S Wonder ReWork) GOTTA & MEY Boundless EP
Represent Will Sessions The Elmatic Instrumentals
In My Mind Heather Headley In My Mind
Wake Me Up Before You Go Osmojam 80
Honeycomb Kadhja Bonet The Visitor EP
Where Is The Love Roberta Flack/Donny Hathaway
To Love You Sidewalk Chalk Leaves
The Radcliffe (King Britte Remix) Mochilla/Suite For Ma Dukes Timeless EP
The Visitor Kadhja Bonet The Visitor EP
Radio Song Esperanza Spalding Radio Music Society
Free Your Dreams Snarky Puppy/Chantae Cann Family Dinner, Vol 1
Let The Music Play Collective Peace
Weirddough FTK Dilla Forever
Song Artist Album
Wake Up In Another Life (Instrumental) Nicolay City Lights, Vol. 2: Shibuya
Maya Jordan Rakei/Kiran Kai
7 Ursula Rucker/M.A.D. Supa Sista
Don't Lie Rahsaan Ahmad
Purple NaS
Keep Your Worries The Beast/John Robinson Guru Legacy EP
Day 5 Taku 50 Days For Dilla
You Want Poems jessica Care moore
How I Do Res How I Do
Okay Macy Gray Big
Never Known Inohs Sivad Changes
Hello Stranger Barbara Lewis Baby I'm Yours
Deep Inside Platinum Pied Pipers/Sa-Ra Creative Triple P

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