Soul Lounge Soul Music Review: The Best In Soul Music

Soul Lounge Soul Music Review: The Best In Soul Music

Your desire to know who the best in soul music is gives me a hint that you understand that life and music are two inseparable terms. The definition of music changes according to the changing society. Soul Lounge Soul Music Review unveils some of Soul Music’s best!
The joy of music can only be enjoyed by the living ones. And this sweet feeling is mixed up in its nature. The path of Music is sound. Music is established as an art.
Music is an indifferent part of life. People in different cultures enjoy different kinds of music. Great philosophers have said that music is tones of melodies and harmonies.
Soulful Chicago has made its name for bridging the gap between generations, blurring lines in the soul spectrum, and building Chicago’s innovative breeding ground for remarkable emerging talent and from around the world, in soul music.

Welcome To The Soul Lounge

At the Soul Lounge we come together as individuals who share a common ground with their love for various musical styles, sounds and genres of Soul Music.

Soul music is a music genre that combines rhythm and blues and gospel music, originated in the United States. According to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, soul is “music that arose out of the black experience in America through the metamorphosis of gospel and rhythm & blues into a form of funky, secular testifying.” Soul Music has evolved and now covers all genres, vocal styles, rhythms and expressed from deep within.

My personal passion for the music inspired me to decide to look outside the square in order to focus on bringing this to as many people around the globe as possible. Because music is a universal language spoken from the inner parts of an artist to those who relate to and get to enjoy their art, this list of soul musicians have either been influential within the genre, or have had a considerable amount of notoriety within the soul music spectrum.

On a weekly basis, this soul music review will bring you the latest and the hottest musical mixer with a blend of tunes from artists, from all around the world. The only rule is, if it is great music then it should be purchased regardless to if they are signed, unsigned or simply unearthed!

The purpose of this review is for you to experience the “soul” of each artist’s music by clicking the link and taking a listen for yourself! If any of the music grooves you I would love to hear about it in the comments forum below!  Whether you’re lounging at home or out with your friends, let this playlist be responsible for your background music.


Soul Lounge Soul Music Review

Phonte & Eric Roberson 

What You Don’t Do-Tom Misch Remix 
Lianne La Havas 

Spanish Joint 

Childish Gambino 

Don’t Touch My Hair

Lucy Pearl 

Turnin’ Me Up 
BJ The Chicago Kid 

Understand It (Pon da Phone) [feat. Kelvin Wooten] 
Kendra Foster 

Penthouse Floor 
John Legend