From parking-lot tailgates to school dances and pep rallies, here are the best homecoming songs to welcome back homecoming season.
Known as "Mr. Rhythm," Williams was a colourful presence on the R&B scene back to his origins in pre-Motown Detroit.
Though a clear homage to the music he loved, ‘Are You Gonna Go My Way’ saw Lenny Kravitz transcend his influences with a unique take on classic rock.
The classically trained jazz pianist has always straddled the two worlds of jazz and hip-hop, most audibly on pathfinding albums the likes of ‘Black Radio’.
The collection celebrates influential musical figures including disco icon Sylvester and rock’n’roll pioneer Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Steeped in tradition while pushing music into new frontiers, modern R&B has infiltrated the mainstream and become the go-to sound for pop music.
The full line includes everything from hoodies, jackets, T-shirts, long sleeves tees and flannels that reference the past imagery of his albums.
The Barbados-born Rihanna has come a long way since ‘Pon De Replay’. Here are 20 of the best Rihanna songs to take you on that journey.
From shaping contemporary R&B to overlooking his own XO label and fashion line, The Weeknd has become one of the biggest artists of the decade.
Veteran producer Salaam Remi has paired up Amy Winehouse and hip-hip icon Nas once again on his new track ‘Find My Love’.
Benefitting from a luminous, nostalgic sheen, ‘Pronounced Jah-Nay’ is a reminder that R&B duo Zhané were a unique voice in early 90s R&B.
‘Baduizm’ introduced the world to Erykah Badu’s idiosyncratic style in 1997, topping the R&B chart and crowning her the High Priestess Of Neo Soul.
In honour of Valentine's Day, here's a guide on how to make the perfect mixtape for each stage of courtship: from crush to even getting back together.
A highly person album that set her on a new creative path, ‘Control’ found Janet Jackson making leaps towards dominating the pop world.
Mentored and produced by the great jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd, the group had the biggest single of their career with 'Walking In Rhythm.'
On 30 January 1965, the soul chart made its comeback in the pages of Billboard, and Motown ruled the roost.