You remember Terence Trent D'Arby, right? The guy who unleashed that amazing barrage of hit singles back in 1987. Ever wonder why he's not still ruling the charts with those seemingly effortless updates of classic soul styles? Well, it's because he fell victim to one of the biggest sophomore slumps in modern chart history with the release of his second album, 'Neither Fish Nor Flesh,' which came out 25 years ago this month.
After a year's worth of rumors and rumblings via the OkayPlayer message boards, there is now official word that "The Legendary Roots Crew" will produce John Legend's upcoming LP, 'The Wake Up Sessions.'
John Legend, who has worked closely with the Roots in the past, co-hosted the Sixth Annual Roots Jam Session at the Key Club in Hollywood, on Jan...
Blue-eyed soul singer Robin Thicke appeared alongside soul legend Stevie Wonder on comedian Steve Harvey's radio show last week to discuss his most recent album, 'Sex Therapy.'
Thicke began by explaining that he had initially planned a "soul classics" album, recording covers of songs by Marvin Gaye, Stevie, and Terence Trent D'Arby, and he and Stevie broke into a rendition of D'arby's '