On November 25, 1984, an entire studio of British pop stars came together in London. They came to be known as Band Aid.
The album contained such international signature hits as ‘Get Down On It’ and ‘Take My Heart (You Can Have It If You Want It).’
A celebration of the greatest moments on disc by a collective who helped change the shape of soul and dance music.
The suave British musician's 1983 project added a new, contemporary funk edge to his musical palette.
'Hot On The Tracks' became the group's first No.1 soul LP and included 'Just To Be Close To You.'
The Beastie Boys’ 'Check Your Head' changed the course of hip-hop, creating the blueprint for all rap-rock strivers to come.
Released in 2000, 'Voodoo' still stands as a wildly innovative, forward-thinking, and challenging record.
The track was one of many soulful dance tunes that helped give the New Jersey outfit a brilliant run of singles successes.
As a writer, producer and musician, Bell was an intrinsic part of Kool & the Gang's distinctive and infectious sound.
‘Let’s Stay (In) Together: A Benefit to Support the Apollo Theatre’ kicks off Black Music Month with remote performances from a cross-generational lineup.
Jay-Z is back: with a new album, a hyphenated stage name and a new sponsorship with Sprint for the splashy release of his 13th studio album, 4:44.
The Billboard Hot 100 for 12 May, 1979 showed Peaches & Herb's traditional soul sound stemming the disco tide, as 'Reunited' held at No. 1 amid dance fever.
We’re teaming with our friends at Original Soundtracks to focus on another landmark movie score album, this time Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction.'