Can You recommend me any good r&b song from the 90s and early 2000s?

thank you

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Aaliyah - I Don't Wanna

    Aaliyah - Come Back In One Peice

    Aaliyah - Try Again

    Avant - My First Love

    Brownstone - If You Love Me

    Carl Thomas - I Wish

    Carl Thomas - Summer Rain

    Charlie Wilson - Without You

    D'Angelo - Untitled (How Does It Feel)

    Erykah Badu - Bag Lady

    Jill Scott - Gettin' In The Way

    Jill Scott - A Long Walk

    Jill Scott - He Loves Me (Lyzel in E Flat)

    Joe - I Wanna Know

    Kelly Price - As We Lay

    Musiq Soulchild - Love

    Mya - Case of The Ex

    Mya - The Best of Me

    Next - Wifey

    Lucy Pearl - Dance Tonight

    Janet Jackson - Making Love In The Rain

    R. Kelly - Strip For You

    R. Kelly - Feelin' On Yo Booty

    Sammie - I Like It

    Tamia - Stranger In My House

    Toni Braxton - Just Be a Man About It

    Alicia Keys - Butterfliez

    Angie Stone - Brotha

    Blu Cantrell - Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops)

    Case - Missing You

    Case - Sex Games

    Craig David - Fill Me In

    Craig David - 7 Days

    Eric Benet - Love Don't Love Me

    Faith Evans - Can't Believe

    Foxy Brown - Candy

    IMx - Beautiful (You Are)

    India Arie - Brown Skin

    Jaheim - Anything

    Janet Jackson - Would You Mind

    Janet Jackson - Doesn't Really Matter

    Jon B. - Don't Talk

    Keke Wyatt - Nothing In This World

    Luther Vandross - Take Her

    Maxwell - Lifetime

    Michael Jackson - Butterflies

    112 - Peaches and Creme

    Public Anouncement - John Doe

    Silk - We're Callin' You

    Tank - Maybe I Deserve

    Tank - Slowly

    Aaliyah - We Need a Resolution

    Usher - You Don't Have To Call

    Whitney Houston - I'm Your Baby Tonight

    Jodeci - Come & Talk To Me

    Jodeci - Forever My Lady

    Mary J. Blige - Real Love

    Mary J. Blige - What's The 411?

    Silk - Freak Me

    Whitney Houston - Run To You

    Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You

    Whitney Houston - I Have Nothing

    H-Town - Knockin' Da Boots

    H-Town - Baby I Wanna

    Janet Jackson - If

    Tevin Campbell - Can We Talk?

    Toni Braxton - Another Sad Love Song

    Toni Braxton - Seven Whole Days

    Toni Braxton - You Mean The World To Me

    Xscape - Just Kickin' It

    Barry White - Practice What You Preach

    Luther Vandross - Always and Forever

    Patti LaBelle - All This Love

    TLC - Red Light Special

    Vicious - Freaks

    D'Angelo - Brown Sugar

    Faith Evans - Soon As I Get Home

    LL Cool J - Doin It

    LL Cool J - Loungin

    Monica - Why I Love You So Much

    R. Kelly - You Remind Me of Something

    Xscape - Who Can I Run To

    Aaliyah - One In a Million

    Az Yet - Last Night

    Case - Touch Me, Tease Me

    Dru Hill - 5 Steps

    Ginuwine - Pony

    Ginuwine - Tell Me Do U Wanna

    Maxwell - Sumthin' Sumthin'

    Toni Braxton - Talking In His Sleep

    Brian McKnight - Anytime

    Brownstone - 5 Miles To Empty

    Dru Hill - We're Not Making Love Anymore

    Janet Jackson - I Get Lonely

    Mary J. Blige - Seven Days

    Mary J. Blige - Everything

    Next - Too Close

    Usher - My Way

    112 - Anywhere

    Blackstreet - Take Me There

    Brandy - The Boy Is Mine

    Deborah Cox - Nobody's Supposed To Be Here

    Dru Hill - Beauty

    Jesse Powell - You

    Case - Happily Ever After

    Mary J. Blige - All That I Can Say

    Destiny's Child - Bills, Bills, Bills

    Destiny's Child - Confessions

    Destiny's Child - Bug a Boo

    Destiny's Child - Jumpin' Jumpin'

  • 4 years ago

    Last Kiss- Pearl Jam Good song! But sad :( This was originally recorded by J. Frank Wilson & The Cavaliers in 1964. Their version also went to #2 in the US. See those Songfacts to learn more about it. Lead singer Eddie Vedder came across this song when he found the record in an antique store in Seattle before a show. He bought it and stayed up all night listening to it. He took it to the band and they played it throughout the summer of their 1998 tour. Pearl Jam recorded this at a sound check and released it as a single to their fan club, who often get songs that are unavailable to the public. After a while, radio stations got copies and started playing it. By the Spring of 1999, it was getting a lot of airplay and becoming a hit, even though it was not released as a single or available on an album. Pearl Jam didn't release many singles, but when it was clear there was a great deal of demand for the song, they decided to put it out on the condition that the proceeds from the single go to benefit refugees in Kosovo. This is the highest-charting Pearl Jam song in the US. The band generally eschews traditional promotion methods, choosing instead to focus on their music. This song found an audience without Pearl Jam shilling for it, something that was a relief to the band. In a 2000 interview with the Australian version of Rolling Stone, guitarist Stone Gossard said: "If one of our records takes off, it won't be because we did 3 videos and were on the cover of Time and did Oprah, The View, and every radio station's Christmas show." Vedder added: "That was kind of uplifting, or at least it re-instilled some faith that a good song can cut through, even though there's no dancers on stage when we do the song, or video to go with it or anything like that. That helped me feel like all was not lost or something, at least in our world here." (thanks, Saint - New Orleans, LA) In addition to the CD single, this can be found on some bootlegs and live albums, as well as the No Boundaries compilation, which also benefited refugees in Kosovo.

  • 1 decade ago

    Donnell Jones-You Know What's Up

    Naughty Girl-Beyonce

    Baby Boy-Beyonce &Sean Paul

  • 1 decade ago

    TLC - Waterfalls

    Destiny's Child - Say my name

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