Not much to say except really wish i'd bought this sooner. I've played it to death especially the second track "Hey Boy". Strong vocals and a wicked bass guitar in the background. The whole CD is filled with catchy and thought provoking lyrics. The Sweetest Days takes me back to my childhood with a smile every time I listen to it. This CD has really restored my faith in what I call proper Soul/RnB. Definately one for the soul connosieurs and a must for the top down (car!) on a summers day!
Pleasently surprised with the tracks on this album. Hil St. Soul has a range of songs which are original and appears to reflect life's experiences. The track: 'Don't forget the ghetto' reminds us of the people living in poverty [hurricane Katrina and all other devistated and poverty stricken people of the world]. A reminder for us not to forget those in the ghetto's of the world. I think Hil St. Soul's profile needs to be raised, a very good album.
I have listeded to this album over and over - it has a couple of fast paced tracks which was brilliant played nice and loud in the car and gets you in the mood but the rest of the album is made up of slow soulful tunes. I would recommend this even if you have never heard of this artist before I think if you like rnb, soul etc you will enjoy.