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New Soul Sunday’s Playlist for March 13, 2016

Song Artist Album
Hold On Dwele Subject
Turn It Up (Instrumental) Us3 Turn It Up EP
Leanin' Randolph Lonely Eden
Stay With Me Platinum Pied Pipers/Tiombe Lockhart Triple P
Something About You Zo! & Tigallo Love The 80's
Inner City Blues Marvin Gaye What's Going On
Too High Stevie Wonder
Teach Me A Love Song jessica Care moore
Don't Fake It Mayaeni Mayaeni
Bulls---in J Dilla/N'Dea Davenport
Got 'Til It's Gone Janet Jackson/Q-Tip/Joni Mitchell Velvet Rope
Beats x Rhymes x Life Clear Soul Forces
It'z Your World Slum Village/J Dilla/Kurupt Prequel To A Classic
Won't Do J Dilla
Song Artist Album
Player's Anthem (Remix Instrumental) Junior M.A.F.I.A. Player's Anthem
The People Common/Dwele Finding Forever
We Almost Lost Detroit Gil Scott-Heron Bridges
Hold Tight Leon Ware/Quadron
Detroit Sunrise Dwele W.ants W.orld W.omen
Let Me Show Ya Jazzanova/Paul Randolph Of All The Things
Rockin' You Eternally Jazzanova/Leon Ware/Dwele Of All The Things
Worries Robert Glasper Experiment/Dwele Black Radio 2
What Profit Dwele
Me & Mrs Jones The Dramatics
Written All Over Your Face Zo! & Tigallo Love The 80's
Stepping Into Tomorrow Donald Byrd Stepping Into Tomorrow
Song Artist Album
Wake Up In Another (Instrumental) Nicolay City Lights, Vol. 2: Shibuya
Reversed Blacktop/Amalia Assorted Good Vol 1
Boogie On Reggae Woman Stevie Wonder
Bumpah Ideeyah Bumpah
Feeling of Love Anetria Wright
Ghetto Child The Spinners
Lansanna's Priestess Donald Byrd/DJ Spinna
American Pimp PPP/Nico Redd Abundance
Go, Go, Go Platinum Pied Pipers Abundance
Ridin Amp Fiddler Afro Strut
You & Music Donald Byrd
Calm Inohs Sivad No Goodbyes
Sunflower Illa J/Allie Illa J
Hurt Me So Good L'Renee/Q Special Song
Sunday Morning's Brand New Kiss Pirahnahead
Aired on: Soul Saturday
About the Author

Nick Austin

Host, Soul Saturday

Host of New Soul Sunday 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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