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Old School Friday: Philly Neo-Soul

When I thought about this week’s theme, instantly the O’Jays and Patti Labelle came to mind, but after doing some research I also found out that Teddy Pendagrass, Delfonics, and the Stylistics were also a product of the Philadelphia Soul Movement. So I decided that I will cheat somewhat and turn my attention to the Philly Neo-Soul movement, and the queen of that movement is none other than Jill Scott.

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Jill Scott
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Next in line is Musiq Soulchild, and this is one of my favorite songs from him. Maybe because I fell in love with bestfriend as well, but it worked out for the best.

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Musiq
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Last but not least is Vivian Green. I loved her first album, her second album wasn’t that great, but I’m sure you remember this gem of a song.

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Vivian Green
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