Dwele talks about getting his start, who he is as a person, meeting Slum Village and Kanye West, best advice he ever received, the industry not being about the music anymore & much more.
From Dwele’s Greater Than One LP, hitting August 28th.
For the latest episode of “Outside the Booth”, DJBoothTV’s own Jacques Morels catches up with Dwele to talk about his upcoming “Greater Than One” album, the return of real love music, keeping it Detroit and more.
New single from Dwele, which is out on ITunes now.
Chances are you have heard the work of rapper-producer Nottz through his solo output or collaborations with the likes of Asher Roth and Rah Digga. Tomorrow, the Norfolk, Va. native will release his latest solo effort, the In My Mind EP. It’s an eight-track affair featuring Pete Rock, Black Milk, The Alchemist, and, in the [cont.]
Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dwele returns with a New Single “What Profit”. Get “What Profit” on iTunes.
New video from Belgian HipHop duo Aral & Sauzé featuring The Lords of the Underground. Aral & Sauzé are working on an upcoming album that includes guest appearances by Royce da 5’9″, Talib Kweli, AZ, Dwele and beats by Buckwild, Marco Polo & Jake One.
Dwele offers up a free MP3 from his latest disc, World Wants Women, in stores now. Check the video above and tour dates below. Dwele – “What’s Not To Love” (MP3) Tour Dates July 1 – Center Stage/ Atlanta, GA July 2 – Limelight / Nashville, TN July 3 – Cannon Center / Memphis, TN [cont.]
First single from Dwele’s June 29th release, W.W.W. (W.ants. W.orld. W.omen).
New neo-soul track from Dwele as he readies his new album W.W.W. (W.ants. W.orld. W.omen). This track hit the net last week, but we just missed getting it up, so we decided to get it up today. Dwele’s new album is due out June 29th of this year. Dwele – “What’s Not To Love” (MP3)
Coming from Tres Records is Big Tone’s latest video, taken from the Detroit artist’s forthcoming second LP, The Art Of Ink. Dwele’s on horns, with help from Zo!, who adds instrumentation. People slept on Tone the first time around, but heads should take a second look, especially when quality labels like Tres – and ABB [cont.]
Multi-talented one-man-band, Dwele, pays homage to Michael Jackson in this YouTube clip. And that’s how you let the beat build, bitch. – DJ Pizzo
Detroit’s current resident soul singer, Dwele, is no stranger to the scene, having released three albums over the past eight years, prior to the release of his latest opus, Sketches Of A Man. Sharing a long history within his local scene, Dwele collaborated numerous times with J. Dilla, on projects like Welcome To Detroit, as [cont.]
Straight out of Detroit and hot off of Slum Village’s biggest hit to date, “Tainted”, comes neo-soul crooner Dwele. The producer/eMCee turned producer/singer (he tried it just for fun and it worked….ha who woulda guessed!?!?) attempts to serve up this so-called nu-soul revolution with its most innovative piece yet… SUBJECT. Good news; Dwele has mastered [cont.]
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