Gaelle claims Atlanta, GA as her home but born in NJ this singers cool vibe is just what you need to play on a hot summer night. The whole album is amazing but the song “Rain” which we discovered off Pandora is what we call “just right”. She claims Electronic, Soul & Pop as her genres and stated she was influenced by the likes of Patti Labelle, Radiohead, Portishead, Cocteau Twins, Peter Gabriel, Sting, Sade, Bjork, Duran Duran, Prince, and Hugh Masekela. For those who love vinyl you can purchase this track now at Discogs.
With a European wave of success this Bronx native caught the ear of Pharrell Williams at a young age & recently signed with Krucial Records and currently working with Star Trak says about herself, “Grimey because I’m from the Bronx. Melodic because I’m a singer, not a rapper. And Pop, so it can be diverse. It could be from anywhere.” She also cited her influences were Beyonce, Lauryn Hill and M.I.A. which leaves you will a sultry, spunky songstress who knows just how to embrace the music production of each record. We are excited to share with you….. Ms. Maxine Ashley!
This is the first of two visuals for Oracle’s new album ‘Anatomy‘. This Californian asks her fans to grab some wine, sit back and relax as she soothes and shares her soft sultry vibes. Filmed by MIA Entertainment this video is a dual treat of love, seduction and real life. Check it out and make sure you follow her on twitter!
Français : La chanteuse américaine Nina Simone en concert à Morlaix (Bretagne, France) en mai 1982. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Nina Simone at Town Hall (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Skratch Bastid (Photo credit: the.barb)
Just fell in love with this the first minute and a half… Skratch Bastid & The Gaff killed this! It’s all blends of mid-60’s & 70’s female funk, soul and R&b breaks with cuts, scratches & edits all by Canada‘s in demand DJs, Skratch Bastid & The Gaff. Recorded between July 2010 & June 2012 this is something you can play anywhere, anytime and with anyone. If you want to know what your parents listened to or for some of you your grandparents this is IT but with a plop of cool whip on top. With known to some unknown to others such talented female singers like Wendy Rene, Ruby Andrews, Camille Yarborough & Nina Simone.
FEMALE FLOW FAVORITE TRACK: Dee Edwards “Why Can’t There Be Love”