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lime Interviews: Music
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Lady Leshurr

Your Time

Lady Leshurr
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Clement Marfo and the Frontline

Seven is the magic number

Clement Marfo and the Frontline
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Saidah Baba Talibah

Makes you wanna scream.

Saidah Baba Talibah
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BETTER THE DEVLIN YOU KNOW

Devlin is one of the hardest emcees to come out of London mixing his barrow boy like swagger with an infinitely street flex 

BETTER THE DEVLIN YOU KNOW
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Discover Etta Smith

The sad passing of Etta James in January signalled the end of a magnificent and illustrious career spanning numerous decades. 

Discover Etta Smith
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De La Soul. No this is First Served

De La Soul remain a big draw from the hip-hop world 

De La Soul. No this is First Served
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Jareth Find Her Path

You might not know Jareth yet but keep your ears tuned for this soulful young lady

Jareth Find Her Path
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Jazzie B - Soul Brother

Lime caught up with legendary DJ Jazzie B.

Jazzie B - Soul Brother
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Goapele

Goapele bringing something inspirational and pragmatic.

 
 Goapele
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Byron

Byron-‘Don’t Hate Work Harder

Byron
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B.Traits

In this exclusive interview Lime magazine catches up with the first lady of Digital Soundboy

B.Traits
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Barbara Tucker

The sensational voice behind hits like “Beautiful People”, Precious Love”, “Deep Inside” & “I Get Lifted” talks to Lime magazine 

 
Barbara Tucker
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99 Problems not Rita Ora

Rita Ora on her love of music and being signed to Roc Nation.

99 Problems not Rita Ora
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Donaeo

What time is it Donaeo? : “It’s Big to the Ben!” Donaeo talks music, aspirations and suffering with ADHD.

Donaeo
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EJ we want you to Sing Sing.

Edwina Johnson aka EJ is the Swedish born singer who has managed to storm the UK scene with absolutely no promotional work.

EJ we want you to Sing Sing.
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Nigerias Super Sun

Bez taking Nigerian music to the next level.

Nigerias Super Sun
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Natty finding freedom

 Natty talks about getting away from music politricks

Natty finding freedom
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Meleka

London’s new summer sunshine on the Music Hit list.  

Meleka
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Hear the Lioness roar- Teedra Moses

If you ask any fan of RnB their top five albums from 2004 then I am sure that you will get a fair percentage that will mention Complex Simplicity as one of the biggest albums from that year-it was the kind of RnB that brings a warm feeling inside.

Hear the Lioness roar- Teedra Moses
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Muyiwa- ascending to the next level of success

After performing live at HMV Hammersmith Apollo with his concert with Riversongz ‘All Around The World’; This month Lime talks to the face of British Gospel, Muyiwa.

Muyiwa- ascending to the next level of success
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Divine Divine

The 2011 winners of the No.1 Gospel talent show in the UK.

Divine Divine
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Moya-definitely not lost

Moya bringing a breath of fresh air to the music world.

Moya-definitely not lost
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EBRU Is MAD for music

EBRU brings a big band sound into the commercial world.

EBRU Is MAD for music
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Fazer - Killing Them

Stepping out solo

Fazer - Killing Them
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Fazer - Killing Them

Stepping out solo

Fazer - Killing Them
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Tanya Lacey

Try to think of a famous female vocalist from Bristol…….give it a second…….still nothing well in truth it’s no surprise because while Bristol has given us brilliant bands like Massive Attack and brilliant male leads like the existential trip-hop champion Tricky-female vocalist have been more of a rarity- until now.

Tanya Lacey
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Cedella Marley-Gold

The name Marley is intrinsically linked to music, Jamaica and indeed a movement of people.

Cedella Marley-Gold
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Donnie McClurkin

Sunday Best is the popular cable Gospel show that is now entering its fourth year. 

Donnie McClurkin
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The Black Eyed Peas of India

International urban music group RDB set to conquer new heights with their new album and world tour 

 

 

The Black Eyed Peas of India
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Trenyce set to thrill

Back in 2003 when American Idol was a more controllable beast Trenyce Cobbins took part and while she did not win (she came fifth) she showed herself to be an amazing vocalist. 

 

 

 
Trenyce set to thrill
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An interview with Bernard Kordieh

Black history Month returns once again and while a history should be never forgotten a concerted reminder to remember cannot be bad. 

An interview with Bernard Kordieh
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Trey Songz

Tremaine Aldon Neverson aka Trey Songz continues his onslaught in the category of the best male singer. 

Trey Songz
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Ayanna

Vocalist, cellist and pianist Ayanna Witter-Johnson has developed musically from a diverse background of mixed cultures. 

Ayanna
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Misha B

X Factor remains at best a punishing TV spectacle that is more about the theatre of the individual artists’ journeys while trying to forge a music career rather than the actual music at times. 

Misha B
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Flying higher: Angel

It’s taken the singer, songwriter and producer Angel (Sirach Charles) approximately eight months from his debut solo single Go In Go Hard to reach a stage where he will be sharing the stage with artists like Kendrick Lamar and Tulisa in November. 

 
Flying higher: Angel
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Interview Hatty Keane

Everyone is keen on Hatty Keane.

Interview Hatty Keane
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I smell the sweet scent of Roses Gabor

The paths for artist into music are as varied as the genres of music that occupy the musical world. 

I smell the sweet scent of Roses Gabor
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Charlie Brown

Charlie selling addictive music!

Charlie Brown
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Seb Stone

This month Lime catches up with Independent musician, producer, songwriter and singer Seb Stone.

 
Seb Stone
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Kelly Erez

Kelly bringing true RnB back

Kelly Erez
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Arlissa

On the cusp of something big?-Arlissa

Arlissa
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Elizabeth Troy

One of the hottest properties in British urban music today...

Elizabeth Troy
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Grace

For the past two years, us music journos have known Grace as a hidden treasure, a unique and genuine talent and one of the loveliest people on the London music circuit. 

Grace
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Ahmed Jamal

When you meet someone that truly has the right to use the term ‘legend’ or indeed the “greatest” it’s a brilliant experience and when that person carries the tags with such grace it’s mind blowing.

Ahmed Jamal
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Oya Dance for Abrantee

The Triple Award Winning Club, TV & Radio DJ Abrantee has established himself as one of the most exciting and entertaining DJ’s on the Urban & African music scene.

Oya Dance for Abrantee
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Lisa Millett

Undoubtedly one of the top vocalists and songwriters in house music today.

Lisa Millett
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Rainy Milo

My music is about living a life

Rainy Milo
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Billy Ocean

Since breaking onto scene with his huge number one, When The Going Gets Tough (1986) which stayed at the top of the charts for some four weeks, Billy Ocean has gone onto global success. The Trinidadian who grew up in East London has had some ten albums and numerous top ten singles in a career that spans well over thirty years.

 
Billy Ocean
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Mic Righteous

Meeting Righteous down in Camden it’s a wonder that the Margate verbal warrior is here instead of in a hospital.

Mic Righteous
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Soul Singer SEL and Fugi Rock

Lime caught up with the amazing soul singer S.E.L  and Fugi Rock to discuss their Journey into music and their new Single 'Dangerous' 

Soul Singer SEL and Fugi Rock
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Speech Debelle

Mecury Prize Winning musician Speech Debelle , currently working on her third new album  Full Circle.  h Debelle – The Strength & Vulnerability Bunker 

Speech Debelle
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Los Charlys Orchestra

Los Charlys Orchestra have just released their new 'Rediscovering The Big Apple' album and are the resident band on Saturday nights at Floridita. 

Los Charlys Orchestra
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interview with vocal duo Hanlei

Interview with vocal duo Hanlei who perform Live at the Deep Into Soul 5th Anniversary on Saturday March 12th at the Prince Of Wales Brixton.

interview with vocal duo Hanlei