A new poll is up. Boyz II Men had two throwback albums. Throwback Volume 1 and Motown: Journey Through Hitsville. Which did you prefer?
Do lead singers in groups that go solo suffer from hubris, or are they making the right decision?
Six years ago, Tony Thompson died far too soon. He was an incredible talent that powered the group Hi-Five and his solo album. Here's a song of his to remember him by.
RL leaves the group Next, reducing its membership to Tweet and T-Low
What do you think were Destiny's Child's best songs? Check out what one visitor said and see how it compares to your own.
Avant recently released a new album featuring tracks like "Best Friend," "More," and "When It's Over."
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Find out why Shai is our most popular artist!
R&B Haven's on Facebook, promoting classic 90s R&B. Join the group and start a movement!
If you're a fan of Chico DeBarge, you owe it to yourself to read our review of his album Addiction. Let us know what you think!
April 18th, 2014
Johnny Gill was born on May 22, 1966 in Washington, D.C. The son of a minister, Gill sang in a family gospel group at the age of five.
Gill began his solo career in 1983 when his friend, Stacy Lattisaw convinced him to record a
R&B Guru - 2013-05-29
Mariah Carey's new video for #Beautiful seems a bit uninspired. Hopefully she goes back to the drawing board for her next video.
lpc26 - April 4, 2014 6:20 pm
March 21, 2013
The 90s featured two incredible collaborations as the biggest men in R&B came together on U Will Know and the biggest women came together on Freedom. The question is, which was better
This album has been a long time coming and is a truly personal tale of the struggles Chico DeBarge has fought. The album is great and hopefully symbolizes his cleaning his ways