Including after 11.30 Tracks of My Years, in which producer and songwriter Guy Chambers (Let Me Entertain You, Angels, Feel) selects two more of his ten favourite records.
Plus a continued week-long spotlight on Echo - the second album by chart star Leona Lewis.
Series contrasting original genuine soul with contemporary hip-hop and neo-R&B, including an album spotlight on R&B-inspired singer Brandy's 1998 big hit sophomore release Never Say Never, which struck the middle ground between the slick adult contemporary sound of Mariah Carey and the streetwise edginess of Mary J Blige. The album yielded the US number ones Have You Ever? and The Boy Is Mine - a duet with Monica which spent 13 weeks on top of Billboard's Hot 100 and, as with the album's Top of the World, reached number two in the UK.
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