When legends like Raphael Saadiq come around, you can’t help but feel good. Sky Houston chatted with the artist, producer, singer, songwriter and Grammy award winner inside the Houston BMW Studios about his beautiful new album Jimmy Lee dedicated to his late brother, some of his favorite breakfast foods, his vast musical history of classics […]
Raphael Saadiq is back. Days after releasing his brand new album, Jimmy Lee, the singer releases the official video to his single “Something Keeps Calling” featuring Rob Bacon. The video centers around a man who is stuck in the grasps of addiction. At times he is at comfort and peace with his significant other, and sometimes we can […]
The project follows a 17-year-old Black boy named Jacobi Nelson as he travels throughout his day, ultimately leading to a shattering encounter with the police.
Raphael Saadiq,“I went to the Boys and Girls Club in East Oakland,” Saadiq told the Tom Joyner Morning Show. ” I played basketball there and did wood shop. I told everybody I was a latchkey kid so when my mom wasn’t home, inducted the former member into their Boys and Girls Club Alumni Hall […]
He’s the musician’s musician. Raphael Saadiq is one of the most prolific musicians of the modern era, writing, producing, performing and playing on his own work as well as on songs for Jill Scott, D’Angelo, Joss Stone and more. The ageless multi-instrumentalist owes his start to another famous wunderkind – Prince http://www.blackamericaweb.com/entertainment/music/black-music-lives-raphael-saadiq
from: kissrichmond.com Raphael Saadiq one of the most underrated producer/songwriters gives you a real taste of talent with his acoustic version of his single “Good Man.” His new album Stone Rolling hits stores May 10th in the US. Related: Raphael Saadiq “Stone Rollin’” [MUSIC VIDEO] Raphael Saadiq Helps Black Music Stay Innovative Raphael Saadiq Talks […]
Cee Lo Green‘s “Bodies” is one of our favorite tracks from Green’s latest album, The Lady Killer. The dramatic slow jam gets an animated video directed by Mikael Colombu and features “appearances” from Kerry Washington, Janelle Monae, Raphael Saadiq, Common, Bilal, and fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.