These days, you don’t hear nearly the amount of love songs on the pop charts as you did in the ’80s. When there is a noticeable absence of black love in popular culture (whether music or otherwise), it always leads people to question: is this life reflecting art or vice versa.
But we know black love still endures, so we take every opportunity to celebrate love when we see it—and when we hear it. So whenever there is new music supporting black love, we’re all for it. And who better to craft an epic love song than a couple who is actually in love?
Aja Graydon and Fatin Dantzler of Kindred the Family Soul have been spreading love since they came on the scene in 2003 with their hit single “Far Away.” The husband and wife musical dream team just recently released their sixth studio album Legacy of Love.
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repost via @instarepost20 from @djbigger Kinnnnndddddrrred are back baby arguably my favourite soul group on the planet return with an album of the kinda quality you expect from the amazing Fatin and Aja aka Kindred The Family Soul. Stand out cuts being the ones we have featured on the show "All My People", "Welcome To My World", "Never Know", "Going All The Way" plus "Moving On" "Get There", "Where Do We Go" and more. Whatever happens this CD should be in EVERY Soul fans collection buy and support this amazingly talented group to da max ….. Much Love Biggs ? @kindredthefam ?? #instarepost20 LOVE FROM London Www.thekultureshop.com order yours today
On the album, the duo gives a refreshing glimpse inside their marriage. So listeners not only walk away with some catchy jams, but they might gain some positive and thoughtful encouragement to apply to their own marriages.
Go to kindredthefamilysoul.com to read reviews and purchase the album.
BMWK, what’s your favorite love song of all time?