door Mick Boskamp
De soul van straks, met namen die u nog niet kent, maar waarvan u straks zegt, maar haar hoorde ik al bij Mick!
door Didi Hardenberg
Rod Temperton, the composer of Michael Jackson’s Thriller: A white guy at the soul of black pop
Talking bout the ghetto, funky funky ghetto Trying to survive, trying to stay alive The ghetto.
door Wilbert Leering
Soul for the sun, sun for the soul.
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door DJ Sandeman
This is Perfect is XL. Because that's how Drake rolls.
door DJ Sandeman
Best tracks sampled by Drake, collected by Sandeman.
door Guuzbourg
Producer/singer/songwriter Kashif Saleem passed away to some funky planet probably. Maybe he groove in peace.
door Claudy Lubbers
D'Angelo is Back! You Want More? You Get More!
door David Kleijwegt
Bobby Womack, a true soul legend. Not the Womack behind the eighties hit Teardrops, but the one that gave The Rolling Stones their first number one...and much, much more. He died on June 27, 2014. Leaving behind great tunes ánd great stories.
door Susan Stiletti
Why limit yourself to top 40/mainstream female artists? Bé can carry a tune alright but there are so many other truly talented singers out there. Here's a small list Susan Stiletti compiled.
door Wilbert Leering
Perfect advice for every starting rapper or r&b act: "Go see the doctor!". Dr Dre definitely definitely deserves the official Perfect Producer Seal of Approval.
door Atze de Vrieze
KLABAM! Part two of one of our most loved Perfects. More of that catchy as hell-sexy as fuck-suave-head nod-thing called Indie R&B. We love it.
door Norbert Mol
This Perfect takes you from Kelis to Beyoncé and from No Doubt to Daft Punk, and clearly proves Pharrell is one of greatest artist & producer of his time.
door Atze de Vrieze
Who & what inspired - and still inspires - 'the princess of grooves' Solange Knowles? Yep, Beyoncé's kid sister. Some remarkable names in this Perfect, like: Coldplay and Of Montreal. By Atze de Vrieze.
door Gijsbregt Brouwer
Start crooning, pop your Crystal and head for the afterparty: Robert Sylvester Kelly is in the house. The best list of R. Kelly. Of course without I Believe I Can Fly.
door Gijs Wilbrink
Two of the world's greatest songwriters showcase their craft with (versions of their) hits by Ben E. King, Peggy Lee, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Shirley Bassey, David Bowie and Jeff Buckley.
door René Noels
'Oh, that's where Dr. Dre got that beat and those sounds!' Cool original tunes only.
door Aux (aka Auke Riemersma)
Swingbeat is that lightfooty, slighty guilty pleasure-y r&b thing from the 80's & 90's. We only trust Aux to make a Perfect out of this. With Bobby Brown, New Edition, Jody Watley, Keith Sweat, Montell Jordan.
door Giuseppe du Crocq
13 classic songs which turned the hip hop tracks they were sampled on into instant classics. And probably turned the dj's/producers into heroes. Feat. Hall & Oates, Tom Tom Club, Aretha Franklin, Lynn Collins.
door René Noels
The loooooong soundtrack to what Alexander O'Neal says: As the night moves in/Love takes on a new meaning/If you were here/You would know what I mean to say. Feat. D'Angelo, Maxwell. Jill Scott, Erykah Badu.
door Atze de Vrieze
BAM! Suddenly The Weeknd was there. The first working antidote against the Guetta-fication of R&B. Adventure and experimentation was back again. And after The Weeknd a 'new wave' came... Indie R&B.
2012 was a great year! Musically speaking, we mean. This Perfect gives you 20 songs of the 20 best albums (according to 64 people) of 2012.