Soul Talk with Wes Berwise: Interview with Dwele

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    Songwriter, producer & musician Dwele talks about the inspiration for his music, DIY & chat-up lines with Wes Berwise in a chilled out Soul Talk Interview when he was in London recently. Born Andwele growing up on the west side of Detroit, Dwele started with piano lessons when he was just 6, he went on to play trumpet, guitar and bass and went on to do some MC'ing. Losing his dad in a tragic shooting, he used music as his therapy, putting his emotions into his writing.

    Dwele's latest album 'Greater Than One' exemplifies how his songwriting has grown and developed since his first demo album 'Rize' which sold out in a week and brought him to the attention of hip-hop group Slum Village. A self confessed music addict who appreciates the way music develops and changes with life, a fact which is born out with each of the 6 albums he has produced which consistently charted in the US. We are sure there is a whole lot more to come from Dwele.


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    Award winning presenter Wes Berwise maintains his mission to promote authentic soul and R&B music in the UK with his latest video interview project: Soul Talk. Using his position of being one of the UK’s most popular Authentic Soul and R&B music radio Presenters, and broadcasting nationwide on Colourful Radio ( with shows that enjoy sponsorship from the country’s largest independent soul & R&B retailer, Wes made the decision to establish WBSS Media with the plan to help showcase artists and their work.

    The Soul Talk with Wes Berwise Interviews challenges the routine and customary style of interview with its intension of providing viewers and fans with a much more multi-dimensional view of the artists’ life and interests, whilst also allowing time to discuss the artist latest project/ tours in an entertaining and laid back style.


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