with a contagious beat, are the latest revelation of hip-hop music in portugal.
transmit by soul, groove, beat, hip-hop and r&b the language of the new generation. the same language that dominate from body and soul. is all there in the spirit and performance of the SOUL*D (the soul soul, the dance d). a fiber project that appears in the beginning of the year 2010.
already on February 25 the debut album ? Welcome to the show?,! produced by tt, an unparalleled reference in the national R&B.
the first single ?(this night) I vu be? (a featuring with the music producer) already plays on the radio and was already chosen to run on the juvenile series strawberries with sugar. The album also has the special participations of the rappers act and petty (makongo ? ex-Buraca sound system), two other great names of the national R&B scene recognized by the general public.
the Soul*D show has attitude and is made by the dance and flow that captivate the youngest audience, by the impressive performance they advocate. of urban style, the SOUL*D have charisma, groove and an infectious presence. an irreverent, innovative style that will not leave anyone indifferent!
Ladies and gentlemen, the Soul*D: di, bellucci, rich and titiz are four young, experienced dancers and singers who present in February their debut album?BEM-VINDOS to the show?!
irreverent, energetic, different, soul *d came to stay! let us all be: Welcome to the show!
Brothers of Soul was a soul trio composed of Fred Bridges, Richard Knight and Bobby Eaton, who were also a songwriting team involved with around 50 singles. Based in Detroit in the 60's and 70's, they recorded a number of songs, mainly with producer Ric Williams for the Zodiac and Boo labels. Their biggest hit was "I Guess That Don't Make Me a Loser," which peaked at 32 on the R&B charts in May 1968. Bridges and Knight, who had met at the Dodge Assembly Plant, did some writing for La Beat Records (2), where they began working with Eaton. The first song the three are credited on together is James Shorter's "Modern Day Woman".They then got together to write a song named "Dream." While doing some freelance work for Drew Records, writing for The Precisions, they met Chicago based producer Williams, who became interested in showcasing them as a group. They chose to record under the name Brothers of Soul, a name inspired by the Detroit riots of '67. Under the coordination of Williams, they wrote for Zodiac, producing many Ruby Andrews hits. Their most successful period was from 1968-1969, with their last recordings in 1971. Sometime during this period, Ben Knights replaced Richard Knight, who was serving time in New York. They continued to work together, providing vocal accompaniment for a few years, eventually splitting apart. A hits compilation named "I Guess That Don't Make Me a Loser" was released on CD in 1995 by Collectables Records and digitally in 2008 by S.D.E.G. Records.
Intro (Bem-Vindos Ao Show)
Bem-Vindos Ao Show
Esta Noite Eu Vou Ser
Eu Lá Sei
Intro (A Viagem)
Chega De Inventar
Vale A Pena Girl
Só Faltas Tu, Acredita
A Minha Alma (Tem Alma)
Bobby Eaton,Richard Knight,Fred Bridges