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The 3rd single from her 2004 debut album, Goodies, "Oh" was Ciara's third consecutive top three hit. Featuring a stellar cameo from fellow ATLien Ludacris, the song also took home the award for "Choice Music Make-Out Song" at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards and for "Coolest Collabo" at the 2006 Vibe Awards.
RELATED: Ciara Working on New Album: "I Want to Share Pieces of Myself With The World"
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Babyface & Toni Braxton - “Where Did We Go Wrong?”
After releasing their No. 1 Adult R&B single, ‘Hurt You,’ Toni Braxton and Babyface return with a follow-up song that will certainly be a major hit for the powerhouse duo. The second single, ‘Where Did We Go Wrong,’ is a heartbreaking ballad about a failed relationship.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
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Sunday, December 15, 2013
Joe Bihari, Who Put Early R&B on Record, Dies at 88
Sevyn Streeter Makes ‘Crazy’ Debut on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums ChartDondria's Christmas Single Leads Top 10 Most Popular R&B Singles of the Week
The 10 Biggest R&B Moments Of 2013Grammys: Alternative R&B Largely Overlooked in Nominations
Exclusive: Erykah Badu Fronts Givenchy’s New Campaign
R. Kelly Claims That He Did Pay Child Support
Saturday, December 14, 2013
Friday, December 13, 2013
"Whip Appeal" was the 3rd single from Babyface's second album, Tender Lover. Written by Babyface and Perri "Pebbles" Reid, "Whip Appeal" was released on February 22, 1990 and peaked at number six on the US Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in April 1990. It later received a Grammy Award nomination in the Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male category.
Is this the future of music?
Without any forewarning, American pop/R&B icon Beyoncé dropped her new self-titled album, featuring 14 songs and a cast of support from husband Jay Z and star performers like Drake and Frank Ocean.
There’s also a track titled “Blue,” billed as featuring her daughter Blue Ivy on vocals — likely just some goo-goo’ing over a song that will obviously be about her first child.
The album-drop shocked pretty much everyone. Need proof? Just go on Twitter and look at what the average person is talking about. It’s pretty much all Beyoncé right now.
It’s a risky move dropping an album around midnight on a Thursday night, but one has to wonder whether this strategy is the sort of move only the Beyoncés of the world could pull off. And boy does this stifle any of those pesky “leaks,” because, hey, no one had a clue it was coming out.
Click here to check out the tracklist and purchase the album (plus bonus content) for $15.99.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Day 26 -- the boy band masterminded by Sean "Diddy" Combs on MTV's "Making the Band 4" -- IS TOTALLY REUNITING FOR A NEW TOUR ... TMZ has learned.
A rep for Day 26 tells us ... the band, which was handpicked by Diddy on the 2007 show, is planning a 30-city tour starting in the Spring of 2014 ... and it's gonna include ALL of the original members.
Back in the day, D26 produced 2 albums before trouble began. Qwanell "Que" Mosley was kicked out of the group in 2009 because of disagreements with management.
The whole band broke up in the summer of 2012 ... and there've been rumors of a reunion ever since. It wasn't until Que climbed on board that it became a reality.
As for Diddy ... we're told he's NOT part of the resurrected band ... but he's already given the boys his blessing.