Heard on Soul Saturday

New Soul Sunday’s Playlist for December 20, 2015

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The 2015 Holiday Music Edition

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Song Artist Album
This Christmas Cee-Lo Green CeeLo's Magic Moment
Turn It Up (Instrumental) Us3 Turn It Up EP
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Musiq Soulchild A Philly Soul Christmas
Christmas Time Is Here Applejac/Jessica Newry
Christmas Without You El DeBarge Second Chance
I'm In Love The Isley Brothers I'll Be Home For Christmas
We're Car-roll-ing! Low Budget Crew A Low Budget Christmas
Simply Having Black Milk/Melanie Rutherford
It's Christmas Gummy Soul It's Christmas
Christmas In the City Mary J Blige/Angie Martinez
My Favorite Things Diana Ross
Someday At Christmas Stevie Wonder Someday At Christmas
Angels Tracy Cruz
Christmas On Dobuita St Katrah-Quey Beat Tape Shenmue
Mistletoe Rhonda Thomas/Eric Roberson
Song Artist Album
Player's Anthem (Remix Instrumental) Junior M.A.F.I.A. Player's Anthem
B Good Christmas Claire Renee
Purple Snowflakes Theophilus London
Black Christmas The Emotions
For You This Christmas Tall Black Guy
Merry Christmas Baby Charles Brown
Santa Claus Go Straight To The Ghetto James Brown
Santa's Second Line New Birth Brass Band New Orleans Christmas
Getting Down For XMas Milly & Silly
XMas Break Isaac Hayes
Let It Snow India.Arie & Joe Sample Christmas With Friends
Be Mine For Christmas Kem/Ledisi What Christmas Means
The Christmas Song Jose James/Junior Mance A Bluesy Christmas
Incense Burning on an Open Fire Durand Bernarr
Happy Holiday Faith Evans
Song Artist Album
Wake Up In Another Life Nicolay City Lights, Vol. 2: Shibuya
Little Drummer Boy Destiny's Child/Solange 8 Days of Christmas
XMas Time DJ Jazzy Jeff/Ayah
Deck The Halls Musiq Soulchild A Philly Soul Christmas
Christmas In Harlem Kanye West/Teyana Taylor
This Christmas Usher
Happy Holidays Ohio Players
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Jackson 5
'Twas The Night Before Christmas Four Tops
No Happy Holidays Mary J Blige Mary

Nick Austin, Host, Soul Saturday

Nick Austin hosts Soul Saturday, merging genres like soul and hip-hop with electronica and funk into a rich tapestry of sound that is uniquely Detroit.

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