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11. "R&B is better than ever..."
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and by far my most listened genre in 2020. so many great albums and new sounds out there. very inspiring stuff to follow and this coming from an electronic head.

check out my top 10 list of 2020: https://www.jessewarren.xyz/best-rhythm-and-blues-music-of-2020/

  

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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
I have skimmed and my first reaction is, nice but is there anything I ca...
Jan 22nd 2021
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      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
Real interesting points
Dec 22nd 2020
7
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
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