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7. "Real interesting points"
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Never considered the 'culture' of songwriting having an effect on the songs themselves.

The other points were quality too.

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Is it me, or is up tempo R&B rare these days? [View all] , Buddy_Gilapagos, Mon Dec-21-20 11:35 AM
 
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Is it me, or is R&B rare these days?
Dec 22nd 2020
1
Its funny because I think that's the right question.
Dec 22nd 2020
2
I think this is it....
Dec 22nd 2020
3
It's you.
Dec 22nd 2020
6
R&B is better than ever...
Dec 29th 2020
11
I have skimmed and my first reaction is, nice but is there anything I ca...
Jan 22nd 2021
16
      BTW, Sault did have some funkier dancable tracks on their earilier Album...
Jan 22nd 2021
17
           You might wanna revisit Rise.
Jan 22nd 2021
18
                I guess you are right. Mostly uptempo
Jan 25th 2021
19
Seems blurred by Pop.
Jan 09th 2021
14
NJS is one of my favorite eras in music
Dec 22nd 2020
4
Couple reasons for that.
Dec 22nd 2020
5
This is interesting. Thanks.
Dec 23rd 2020
8
The bands you listed are talented, though I haven't heard them all.
Dec 23rd 2020
10
      RE: The bands you listed are talented, though I haven't heard them all.
Jan 09th 2021
15
interesting take.
Dec 23rd 2020
9
To Me R&B Is Mostly "Rhythm & Trap" Now
Dec 31st 2020
12
every once in a blue moon
Jan 07th 2021
13
Great points in here. Also, artists don't really make albums any
Jan 25th 2021
20

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