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Album Review

Eric Roberson is a new soul stalwart and The Vault was his belated introduction to most of the listening public, even though he began recording and relentless touring the previous decade. The album includes all the Roberson motifs with which, later in the decade, his growing and cultish fan base would identify: the hip-hop-influenced rhythms and vocal cadence, the Roberson-esque melodic arrangements, and his personal take on romance that always seemed to toggle between flowery and melancholy. Aside from it being the debut of one of the new millennium's venerated soul artists, The Vault is home to three of what could be called Roberson standards ("Couldn't Hear Me," "Please Don't Leave Me," and "Change for Me").


Born: Rahway, NJ

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

An independent neo-soul artist from Rahway, NJ, Eric Roberson was originally signed to Warner Bros., having released his single “The Moon” on the major label in 1994. An album was recorded for the label but it was never released, so Roberson returned to Howard University on a musical theater scholarship. After graduating, he came back to music in 2001 with the independently released album The Esoteric Movement. A year later he joined DJ Jazzy Jeff’s A Touch of Jazz production company, kicking off...
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