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Until You Come Back To Me

 
Winner of the Best Newcomer award by Blues & Soul magazine, Hil St. Soul is a soul singer whose career is on the rise.  Born Hilary Mwelwa in Zambia, St. Soul was a college student before venturing into the music business.  Her demo version of Aretha Franklin's "Until You Come Back to Me" attracted the attention of Dome Records, one of the U.K.'s best soul labels.  With writing and production assistance from Victor Redwood-Sawyer, St. Soul released Soul Organic to critical acclaim in 2000.  In addition to her vocal talents, St. Soul is a prolific writer; her compositions have been recorded by Maysa Leak and Incognito.  

Hil St. Soul's Deepest Groove

Soul Organic (Dome, 2000)
Exciting debut from a future star. Although overshadowed by higher-profile albums by D'Angelo and Jill Scott, Soul Organic ranks as one of the year's best records. The material allows St. Soul to showcase her versatility, as she proves equally comfortable doing soul, gospel or jazz.  Highlights are numerous and include "Concrete Jungle," "Strictly A Vibe Thang" and "Feel Good Factor." St. Soul's next effort should raise her international profile considerably.

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