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  1. There are at least two artists named Tony Thompson: an American R&B/soul singer and an American jazz pianist.

    1. Tony Thompson (September 2,…

  2. Kut Klose was a R&B musical group from Atlanta, Georgia comprised of a trio of female singers. Kut Klose was discovered by Keith Sweat; he also…

  3. BlackGirl released their debut album in 1994 titled Treat U Right to rave reviews. Warren Marshall of the Columbus Times remarked: "Blackgirl -- the…

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  5. In the late-1980s, Missy Elliott, LaShawn Shellman, Chonita Coleman and Radiah Scott formed an R&B group called Sista, for which Elliott served as a…

  6. Horace Brown was born in Charlotte, North Carolina and is the son of a Baptist minister. Despite singing in the church as a child, Brown never…

  7. Gospel-primed soul singer Sam Salter spent several years in the choir of the Faithful Church of God in Christ in his native Los Angeles, then…

  8. Marc Nelson (born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American singer. His mother was Phyllis Nelson, known for the songs I Like You and Move Closer.…

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  10. K-Ci (born Cedric Renard Hailey on September 2, 1969 in Charlotte, North Carolina) is an R&B/soul singer and songwriter, one-half of the duo K-Ci…

  11. The Whitehead Brothers are a R&B duo from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania made up of two brothers, Kenny Whitehead and Johnny Whitehead. They are the…

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  13. According to one Rolling Stone writer, Howard Hewett is the premier vocalist in the post - Marvin Gaye era of romantic pop. Like Gaye, Hewett…

  14. For Real was a female R&B group. They started in 1994 and are best known for their song 'Love Will Be Waiting At Home', which was featured in…

  15. Ol' Skool is an American new jack swing and urban R&B group that consisted of Pookie, Tony Love, Curtis Jefferson and Bobby Crawford. After…

  16. Eugene Wilde (born Ron Broomfield, 6 December 1961, West Palm Beach, Miami, Florida, United States) is an American RnB/soul singer-songwriter, who…

  17. Jesse Powell, born in 1971, in Gary, Indiana is an African-American soul singer, known for his strong, gospel-drenched tenor, as well as his soaring…

  18. Nobody Does It Better was Gina Thompson's first album. Released in 1996, it featured production by Missy Elliott and Diddy, and featured…

  19. Tanya Blount is an African American actress, author and musician. She was born September 30, c. 1973 or 1974 in Washington, D.C. She studied at…

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