As the summer season approaches one of the things we look forward to is enjoying great music.
Plenty of R&B artists from back in the day helped mold and shape the music of today.
There are plenty of great talent and music that occupy the ten most popular songs on this week’s R&B charts.
Marsha Ambrosius captivated the audience this past Saturday at her Charlotte show.
The talented songstress performed live, where she wowed the audience with her sultry voice. She performed all her hits from Far Gone, I Hope He Cheats On You, Butterflies, to Late Nights and Early Mornings. Ambrosius even did an old school set where she sang Frankie Beverly and Maze, Jodeci, Cameo, BBD, and Rob Base!
On Thursday’s we usually bring you the top ten R&B singles for the week, but this week we switch it up a bit by bringing you the ten most popular R&B albums.
It’s already been a very exciting and successful year up to this point in regards to R&B music. So far this year we’ve heard big hits from Pharrell, George Tandy Jr. and Jennifer Hudson.
This year has gotten off to another great start with a handle of great R&B releases and this week is no different.
“Music isn’t rewarding for them, even though other kinds of rewards, like money, are. It just doesn’t affect them,” cognitive neuroscientist Josep Marco-Pallerés found in a new study.http://cbsloc.al/1hQEW7y
So many great R&B groups and solo artists of the past shaped, molded and influenced music history. So from time to time we like to give credit to some of the best and feature them as part of the artist spotlight.
Each week we bring you all the major new music and movie releases on DVD and Blu Ray.