Soul Radio Stations

We have 126 radio stations playing Soul.


Ave - one to eight beats

Genres: deep house minimal techno electronica downtempo dubstep jazz soul funk pop rock indie

Bennett Stream

Morris Day - Don t Wait For Me [msh]

Genres: soul pop jazz talk classic

Tribute Radio

Whitney Houston - How Will I Know
Genres: hip hop soul r b old school

Funk soul & much more

Funk soul & much more
Sammy Deuce - She s killing me
Genres: best of funk and soul

Radio Am Bad 2

Radio Am Bad Dein Supermix. Jeden Tag, den ganzen Tag. Egal ob 70er, 80er,
Ellie Goulding - On My Mind
Genres: electro electronica house charts edm pop rock soul funk


A cutting edge radio station broadcasting live from Windhoek ,Namibia. Dese
Genres: adult contemporary jazz s oul pop rnb indie rock gospel amapian o house

Le Rapologue Kafe

James Blake - Barefoot In The Park feat. ROSAL√ćA
Genres: r b chillout soul


Randy Crawford - One Day I'll Fly Away
Genres: soul

Modern Soul Radio

Amyr - Seeing Stars
Genres: neo soul soul

Station X

100 Percent Proof - Somebodys Been Sleeping (45)
Genres: soul

Soul World Radio VSC

Betty Wright - Tonight Is the Night
Genres: soul

Genres: r b soulful house jazz soul reggae talk gospel

ONYX 360 Radio

Guy - Tease Me Tonite

Genres: soul r b

Yo Gotti ft. Ne-Yo & Wale - Respect That You Earn
Genres: rnb hiphop soul

WUNK Radio Stream

Anthony Hamilton - Sista Big Bones
Genres: southern soul r b pop rap


Aloe Blacc - Femme Fatale

Genres: hip hip talk southern soul


Mary Wells - Bye Bye Baby

Genres: soul

Broadcasting World Test Station

Leon Russell - Tight Rope
Genres: 60s 70s oldies soul romantic


Temporarily unavailable

Genres: oldschool soul

Grander Media

R&B and Hip-Hop
132 - Keith Sweat feat. Paisley Bettis - Suga Suga Suga ( - 9B - (
Genres: r b hip hop neo soul

About Soul Music

Soul music is a genre which originated in the united states during the 1950s and 1960s and combined elements of rhythm and blues, jazz and gospel music. During the period of the african-american civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, the music being released by record labels such as motown, atlantic and stax became highly influential and soul music would become very popular in the united states. The genre is characterised by its use of catchy rhythms, soulful vocals and its call and response technique between the soloist and chorus.

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