For the past few years, British singer Joss Stone's been trying to establish her own identity, one that's separate from the young Soul prodigy image that had been crafted for her back when she was a teenager specializing in cover versions of 1960s and '70s hits. As she gained more control over her career after reaching adulthood, not only did she incorporate more modern sounds into her music, she even went so far as to drive the point home by titling her third through fifth albums Introducing Joss Stone, Colour Me Free! and LP1. She then took it a step farther in 2011 by recording a rock-reggae-pop album as one-sixth of the group SuperHeavy, whose membership also included Mick Jagger and Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley. So it's a little surprising that Joss is returning to the roots that she's tried to distance herself from in recent years. But it's true: The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2, a sequel to her 2003 debut album is due out in the near future. Vol. 2 consists of remakes of 11 barely-remembered Soul music classics, including ones originally recorded by Womack & Womack ("Teardrops"), Eddie Floyd ("I Don't Wanna Be with Nobody But You") and Sylvia ("Pillow Talk"), among others. The lead single is Joss' version of "(For God's Sake) Give More Power to the People," a song that was first released by the Chi-Lites in 1971. The album's due to be released in the U.S. July 31, 2012 via Joss' own Stone'd Records in collaboration with her former label, S-Curve. Her updated version of "Give Me Power" can be streamed via the link below.