New ATL soul: Fresh music from Latrese Bush, Khari Cabral & JIVA, Jermaine Hardsoul + Kameron Corvet

Soul music heads take note: Four of Atlanta’s heaviest-hitting artists all happen to be dropping brand-new music today, including:

Caffeine”: The long-awaited seductive new tune by vocalist Latrese Bush — who you probably know from her hit duet “Because of You” (with Noel Gourdin), which has been making waves since it dropped in 2015. We’re hoping even more new music is on the way from Bush … but in the meantime, be sure to buy and/or stream “Caffeine.” More info:

“Show Me the Way”: The funked-up-yet-smoothed-out new single from celebrated bassist/producer Khari Cabral and his band JIVA, featuring Cleveland Jones (another Atlanta great) on vocals—along with the grooving instrumental track “North Node.” Both songs serve to whet your appetite for Cabral’s upcoming album “5,” coming this June on Splash Blue, the record label helmed by Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick of Incognito fame. More info:

“Who Hurt Who?”: The guitar-driven “post-break-up” anthem from Grammy-winning singer/songwriter/guitarist Kameron Corvet — the first new music from him since the release of his “Kathy’s Basement” album in 2020. More info:

“Oji Nunu”: The new six-song EP from vocalist/producer Jermaine Hardsoul. This latest project is drenched with Fela-esque Afrobeat, hip-hop and classic R&B sounds — and features collabs with soul icons like Algebra Blessett and Omar Lye-Fook. More info:

And be sure to catch all these new tunes in rotation on Slo*Mo Radio, our web-based radio station dedicated to ATL-centric soul artists. Take a listen: