Considering he didn’t win his TV talent show good ole LEMAR has enjoyed a spectacular run of hits since his breakthrough back in 2003. You can find out just how many when the man releases his imaginatively titled ‘Greatest Hits’ album in March. The LP gathers together stuff like ‘Dance (With U)’, ’50/50′, ‘If There’s Any Justice’, ‘It’s Not That Easy’ and ‘Time To Grow’ It also features LEMAR’S forthcoming single ‘The Way Love Goes,’ as well as another three brand new recordings; ‘Counting The Days,’ ‘You Don’t Love Me,’ and an exclusive recording of ‘What About Love’ from 2003’s ‘Dedicated’ album, featuring JLS. Soul fans will be unhappy that the man’s best soul track – ‘Come On Over’ – has been omitted but there’s still plenty to prove that Mr L has been the most consistent Brit soul man of the 21st. century .. so far. Full review on www.soulandjazzandfunk.com very soon.