Posts Tagged ‘R&B’

Make sure you start it at about 3:30!  Just some ladies bringing back that Mepmphis Soul!

 
Miley & the Roots & JimmyWhy can’t we all just get along.  Why can’t we just recognize that we all might like attention, we all make mistakes, we all poke fun at each other, and we all can come together and create something amazing just like the combo of these three, Miley, Jimmy, and The Roots.  Check it out below!

Bruno Mars 2013

Bruno’s latest album Unorthodox Jukebox has plenty of popular hits like Gorilla, Locked Out of Heaven, When I Was Your Man, and Treasure.  What you probably don’t know is that there are many other songs on the album that you should seriously consider like the one previewed in this blog.  This reggaeton sounding hit may not hit the main stream but is worth including on your itunes and the album is very versatile.

J&TheWeeknd

Yes, The Weeknd can pair with someone besides Drake and I would argue that this is one of his better collaborations.  The vocals of The Weeknd with a Juicy J/Three6Mafia beat work out perfectly.

Bruno

Check out this song off of Bruno Mars’ latest album, Unorthodox Jukebox.  This song is sure to hit it off with the ladies so enjoy.

India-Arie

A soft and very well spoken song!  I heard this song on So You Think You can Dance and the lyrics that resonate best with me were at about the 2:20 mark.  Enjoy and sorry it has been a while!

Drake & The Weeknd

For those that still don’t know but when anyone says O.V.O. it is aka Drake and The Weeknd is X.O. and check out their new track.

Drake performing

New Drake!
This song is a little less hard and on the softer side probably to draw more women to pick up his album, Nothing Was The Same, that drops on September, 17th.

Kevin Lyttle

Bringing you back to the early 2000s with this one hit wonder!

Kat Dahlia

Check out this clever Rap/R&B/Hip-Hop song with a combo of a hard core beat with even harder lyrics.  It seems to make you become pumped up in a pissed off  way for no reason.  As you can see from this interview, Kat Dahlia is also a down to earth artist who doesn’t mind being compared to the like of Rihanna or Adele.