Category: R&B


After 7 ‎– Heat Of The Moment(from their 1989 self-titled debut album)

Extended Heat Version

Heated Dub Version

Percuss-A-Pella Version

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eternal stay(from their 1993 debut album, “Always & Forever”)

Teddy Riley 12-Inch Extended Mix Version

The Fly Mix Version

West End D’Rhythm Mix Version

West End Clapapella Mix Version

Teddy Riley Eternal Remix Version

Hi-Five ‎– Mary Mary(from their 1993 album, “Faithful”)

Eric Foster White/Tony Galvin Remix Version

Hula & Fingers Remix Version

Vincent Herbert Remix Version

patti austin heat of heat(from her 1985 album, “Gettin’ Away with Murder”)

Club Heat Mix Version

Latin Heat Mix Version

Pebbles ‎– Do Me Right(from her 1987 self-titled debut album)

Extended Version

The Pebbles & Face Mix Version

Bam Bam Slam Dub Version

New Version Of Soul

New Version Of SoulNew Version of Soul was a hip hop quintet from Atlanta, Georgia that consisted of members Lady Jaz, Baby Funk, C Wave, King Black and E. Roc Drah. Not much information is given about them, but they were signed to Capitol Records.
Birth Of The SouladelicIn 1993, New Version of Soul released their debut and only album, “Birth of The Souladelic.” It’s unknown how or if the album made any impact on the charts.

Two singles were released from the album, “Swang Da Funk” and “66 Mello”, but it’s unknown how much impact they made on the charts.

After that, it seems as if New Version of Soul has faded into obscurity. Nothing much has been heard from them since the ’90s.

To see a video for “Swang Da Funk,” go to:

To see a video for “66 Mello,” go to:

Keith Sweat ‎– Merry Go Round(from his 1990 album, “I’ll Give All My Love To You”)

Breakdown Radio Mix Version

Jazzy Radio Mix Version

Smooth Mix Version

Cheryl Pepsii Riley*– Gimme
(from her 1993 album, “…All That!”)

Hip Hop Remix Version

The Drum Mix Version

Underground Hip Hop Remix Version

Reggae-Dancehall Remix Version

House Jam Remix Version

Ignorant House Remix Version

Acapella Mix Version

Sweet Sable ‎– Old Times' Sake(from her 1994 album of the same name)

Original Recipe Mix Version

Blunted Bass Mix Version

After Hours Mix Version

Subliminal NY

Subliminal NY ‎Subliminal NY was a R&B\new jack swing music quartet from the ’90s. Not much information is given about them, but they were signed to Sire Records and founded by producers Chris Champion & Eric Sadler.
Loungin'In 1993, they released their only single, “Loungin'” which failed to make the charts at all. The track (along with two more songs “Don’t Make Me Wait Too Long” & “Twice As Cruel”) were featured on a compliation album called “New Faces.”

After that, it seems as if Subliminal NY faded into obscurity. Nothing much has been heard from them since the ’90s.

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