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We ask the question to four different people involved in different areas of the music industry: "Why do you think it is more difficult for a Canadian urban artist to become successful on the world stage compared to an American urban artist." Then we discuss the answer and give our thoughts on why the person asked gave their particular response. Each episode asks a different music industry person this question, and the entire episode is set to songs by various independent urban artists.
 
Curated by renown R&B/Soul music critic, L. Michael Gipson, LMG's Soul Eclectics is a genre hopping music mix of R&B, soul, funk, nu-soul, nu-jazz, soul pop, acid jazz, soulful house, electrosoul--you name it! Spotlighting mostly post-2000 urban music from around the globe, the show's mission to illustrate how great music is still alive & kickin'!
 
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LMG’s Soul Eclectics – Summer’s End Playlist1) What Love Is (ft. REM & Childish Major) – India Shawn2) When You Want To Love (ft. Will Heard) – Tom Misch3) I’d Rather Be Lonely (ft. Laetitia Dana) – Llorca4) Feet on the Ground – Meaghan Maples 5) Cross the Line – Stokley6) Packing for Chicago (ft. Muhsinah – Reel People Vocal Mix) – Zo!7) Beauty of…
 
“Intimacy Blues” PlaylistA Soulful Kitchen Sink1) First Time (ft. Glenn Lewis) – The Playlist2) Betcha By Golly Wow – After 73) Mistakes – Cleveland P. Jones4) Shame – Tyrese5) Best Friend – The Hamiltones6) Building A Beginning – Jamie Lidell7) Feels – Snoh Aalegra8) All Right (ft. Georg Levin) – Llorca 9) On Our Way – Lindsey Webster10) Love Poem…
 
Mix Playlist (* indicates this year’s winner)New Artist of the Year1) Da Dan Da – Chantae Caan 2) The World Is Calling – Ashleigh Smith3) You’re My Darling – Leon Timbo4) My Oh My – MAJOR.5) Put Me Thru – Anderson.Paak*Group of the Year6) Red Eye – KING7) Waiting 4 Ya – Phonte & Eric Roberson8) Runnin’ Out – After 7*9) Only Takes One – Silk10) Neve…
 
LMG’s Soul Eclectics – “Cool Summer” Road Trip Mix PlaylistRoad Trip - Part I1) Put Me Thru – Anderson.Paak 2) Freedom (ft. Kendrick Lamar) – Beyoncé3) My Future – Major.4) Got What I Need – Antonique Smith 5) Black Man in a White World – Michael Kiwanuka6) I Made It (ft. Tye Tribbett) – Fantasia7) Feel Like I Do (ft. Al Green) – Disclosure8) Refle…
 
LMG’s Soul Eclectics – “Autumn” PlaylistSoft – (00:52) 1) Without You – R’Mone Entonio2) All The Things You Are – Tony Momrelle3) Whole Again – Marcell & The Truth4) Every Day ft. Aaron Marcellus, Jean Baylor, & Kirk Whalum (Aiko Roh Mix) – Meeco 5) Fly Away – PJ Morton6) Distance – Emily King7) Out Of The Clouds – Emily King 8) Not Today – Andra D…
 
LMG Soul Eclectics: “Soulful Summer, Vol. 1: Daylight” PlaylistParty: Soulful House Meets Acid Jazz (starts: 00:49) 1) Karma (ft. Terrance Downs - Soul Love Edit) – Urban Sound Lab2) Soul Glow (Extended House Mix) – Paul Vincent3) Smoking Mirrors (ft. Karma Stewart) – PPP4) Prism of Light – Katie Leone5) Always There (The Apple Scruffs Edit) - Inco…
 
LMG Soul Eclectics: “Late Spring Drive” PlaylistThe Eclectic Groove Machine (starts: 00:49) 1) Nu – Idesia2) Prototype (starRo Bossa Edit) – OutKast3) Let It Go – Shaun Escoffery4) In Your Clouds – MNEK 5) I Will Not Let You Go – Carmen Hendricks6) All I Wanna Do – D’Sound7) Being Thru The Eyes of a Child (Prelude) – The Rebirth 8) Fragments – Cony…
 
LMG: The Soul Eclectics’ Mix - Winter AnniversarySoulful – Part I (starts @ 00:42)1) I Found A Groove – Rogiérs2) Leave Love (Feat. Alex Isley & Moonchild) – Brandon Williams3) Request – Teyana Taylor4) Gonna Cost – Johnny Gill 5) Hold Up Wait A Minute (Woo Woo) – Antonique Smith6) I.R.S. – Angie Fisher7) Unreasonable – Calvin Richardson 8) Nature’…
 
LMG: The Soul Eclectics’ Summer Soft Playlist 1) Footsteps in the Dark (ft. Frank McComb) – Eric Essix (0:48:05)2) Punch Drunk Love – Eric Roberson (05:22)3) Always With Me – The Dangerfeel Newbies (09: 56)4) Clarity – LaMenga Kafi (13:23)5) So (feat. Todd Oliver) – Kwabs (18:05)6) Be Free (DJ Jazzy Jeff & James Poyser Remix) – Moonchild (21:11)7) …
 
LMG: The Soul Eclectics’ “Summer” (Move II Mix) Playlist 1) Brand New (Slinger Remix)– Pharrell (00:50:12)2) Stronger Than Ever (MJ Cole Remix) – Raleigh Ritchie (05:24)3) Into You – Kwabs (10: 17)4) Cloud Nine (FKJ Remix) – The Temptations (13:35)5) Better (Micky More Remix) – Angela Johnson (17:38)6) Living My Life (Terry Hunter Bang Sunday Remix…
 
It’s been awhile, so I’m giving you more than three hours of continuous music to make up the difference. The new callout drops are courtesy of the Soul Interviews show curated by DJ Soulswede and broadcast on SkyNet satellite radio and Solar Radio on the net. My lil podcast has a special 30-minute mix on the show that you should be checking out. Fo…
 
Valentine’s Day can be a loving and intimate or stressful and depressing day of the year. Sometimes you may start the day hitched and end it broken up and…well just broken. As much as the day can be cool for relationships, it’s cooler exploring the ins and outs of love the other 364 days a year. So here’s my After Valentine’s mix of modern soul, R&…
 
LMG: The Soul Eclectics’ Consciousness MixIn honor of an uniquely American holiday month spotlighting a rich social justice and Civil Rights history, we bring you a collection of love, fist pumps, hair grease, and social consciousness. Mixing in some of the best of the righteous ‘90s with recent gems of the new millennium. Until our special Valenti…
 
After sweating you out last go ‘round, for Vol. VII in the LMG: The Soul Eclectics’ Mix series, we’re bringing it back to what we do best, good ol’ fashioned genre hopping with songs from this millennium. From R&B and soul to electrosoul and soulful house, I even throw in short runs of nu-jazz and a soulful rock this go-round for you true eclectics…
 
I know many of us, myself included, have put on a few pounds over the holidays and didn’t burn nary a calorie during 2014’s “Polar Vortex.” But, in the spirit of being healthier this year, I’ve created a very special all up-tempo edition of The Soul Eclectics Mix. Separate from our usual volumes, where we keep it mostly with music from this millenn…
 
As we come nearer to my Happy Born Day this month, I decided the best way to celebrate being alive and kicking another year was to give you a triple stuff edition with nearly three hours of continuous uninterrupted music, both modern classics and newly emerging ones. This volume is a little more chill and easy a venture, with a few uptempo workouts…
 
Happy New Year to all my liberated soulheads who don’t mind a little hybrid music and genre hopping for their soul. We go all the way live with nearly three hours of continuous, uninterrupted music, nearly all from the last decade. In honor of those of you who’ll be hitting the gym to burn off that holiday weight, I included more than 30 minutes of…
 
For volume four, The Soul Eclectics' Mix series goes a little darker, moodier, and grittier with quite the genre journey for our most eclectic fans who know no musical boundaries in their listening, everything from soulful rock to hip hop soul to house—even a smidge of gospel— each represents on these two hours of continuous music. We also included…
 
For our third time at the rodeo and our end of the year mix, we triple stuffed it with more than two and half hours of continuous music. Enough for those long car rides to the families for the holidays. We take lots of genre twists and turns for this mix of indies and majors, foreign and domestic talents. That’s what makes our series L. Michael Gip…
 
Renown music critic, L. Michael Gipson, presents the very best of contemporary, often independent music, from soul pop to electrosoul to nujazz and nu-soul to R&B and funk. Hell, just about everything we like. This is our version of Black Radio: Double Stuffed Edition. Enjoy! LMG: The Soul Eclectics' Mix Vol. 2 1) We Are On The Move (feat. Eric Rob…
 
Renown music critic, L. Michael Gipson, presents the very best of contemporary, often independent music, from soul pop to electrosoul to nujazz to nu-soul and R&B. Hell, just about everything we like! LMG: The Soul Eclectics' Mix Vol. I1) Grinning – Berget Lewis2) Ticking Bomb – Aloe Blacc3) Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) – Nico Vega4) Pretending…
 
In the final episode of the series, we pose the burning question to Mr. Jermaine Jones; an artist manager in the urban music field. Jermaine is a native of Toronto, a co-owner of LC Films in Toronto, and manages artists such as hip hop artist Supreme Swiss. A true entrepreneur, he also has close ties to people in the industry in the United States, …
 
This episode, we interview Mr. Don Garbutt, instructor, producer, and electronic music guru. Mr. Garbutt has performed solo electronic music, toured Europe in the folk duo Skyboat, provided technical support for many acts including David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Oscar Pederson, Lou Reed, and The Tragically Hip, to name a few. He produces and composes mus…
 
Bob Roper, President of the Bob Roper Company, was interviewed in this episode of Urban Artists: Canada Vs US.Bob Roper has been involved in the music industry, both in the United States and Canada, since 1969. He was a perfect person to pose the question of "Why Canadian urban artists have a tougher time growing on the world stage than American ur…
 
Will Strickland of Urban Music Association Of Canada was the first to be interviewed on the topic of Urban Canadian exposure Vs American.Will Strickland's career as a trailblazer is extensive and ever-expanding. Starting in 1986, this true hip hop culture enthusiast started his career as one of the youngest deejays and on-air personalities in the c…
 
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