Kindred the Family Soul, also referred to as Kindred, are an American R&B, soul, and neo soul duo consisting of the married couple of Fatin Dantzler and Aja Graydon. Signed to Hidden Beach Recordings, Kindred emerged from the Philadelphia neo soul movement that also includes Jill Scott, who discovered them while the couple was performing at the Black Lily Film & Music Festival. After two years of work on the CD, Hidden Beach issued their debut album ''Surrender to Love'' in February 2003, which included, among others, the songs "Stars" and "Far Away". Their follow-up album was 2005's ''In This Life Together''—its title being a reference to Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee's 1998 book ''With Ossie & Ruby: In This Life Together''—, spawning the single "Where Would I Be (The Question)". The duo were nominated for a Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Album, Group Band or Duo for ''Surrender to Love'' in 2004 and a BET Award for the BET J Cool Like That Award in 2006. The group's third LP, ''The Arrival'', was released on October 21, 2008.The Group's most recent cd was "Love has No Recession" released on Purpose/Shanachie records July of 2011 which featured special guests such as Snoop Dogg,Chuck Brown,Bilal,Raheem Devaughn and others.