George, Raphael
June 2006
Billboard;6/17/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 24, p73
Trade Publication
The article reports that New Jersey indie label Shanachie sees two of its artists post major gains on Top rhythm & blues/hip-hop albums. Hil St. Soul's Soulidified rockets 83-60, a career-best. Credit VH1 Soul, where the videoclip for Goodbye moves 50-22 with a 33% increase in play. Ann Nesby sparkles for Shanachie with the re-entry of gospel CD In the Spirit at No. 78.


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