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Discussion in 'Music' started by Maximus Meridius, Mar 5, 2019.
God forbid they play this when I'm out
Thanks you @Maximus Meridius
Will use this thread to step my game up
So Sick was in HEAVY rotation when it came out. So was this
EDIT: I always disliked that split screen video ****
Here to co-sign that Donnell Jones album, Where I Wanna Be.
Top 5 RnB album, no debate.
And speaking of classics, don’t sleep on dude...
Both DVSN Albums Sept 5th and Morning After
WATCHING MY LIFE GO DOWN
That album is a personal classic. They shoulda had a longer run.
I’m a maaaan today
Used to be my shxt
Following y'all lead....
Whole last 2 minutes of this **** smooth than a mu****a....
Rell was criminally underrated . Joint is so smooth .
Rell was money on the hooks during the rocafella run
What do you think killed r&b groups, and do you think we will see a resurgence of them anytime soon?
Song is GOLD! I wish this dude would have gotten bigger. His other single was fire too.
Commercial appeal and Hip Hop killed R&B. R&B was getting blended too heavily. Singers started rapping or flirting with Rap content a little too much.
It might come back but the time we live in today, everyone wants hard bass hitting beats or **** that's super shallow and catchy. The real R&B wasn't that. The content was so different.
There's artists slowly coming out and trying to make real quality music and not worrying about sales. H.E.R. has been real impressive, quality and hasn't sold out to get a commercial record. SZA also has stuck to her sound without selling out. It's rare today.
I think he was asking specifically about groups but it occurred to me that there aren't really rap "groups" like there used to be either.
I just think it's hard to co-exist with other people in a creative space.
Right and all of the legendary groups end ugly.
Temptations, New Edition, Jodeci, Harold Melvin and the bluenotes...