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    KEM’s 4th STUDIO ALBUM – ‘PROMISE TO LOVE’ – SET FOR RELEASE ON AUGUST 26 TO COINCIDE WITH HIS 4th ‘MACK & THIRD’ PHILANTHROPIC EVENT IN DETROIT ON AUGUST 24

    ‘KEM PRESENTS: MACK & THIRD 2014’ TO FEATURE PERFORMANCES BY KEM & SPECIAL GUEST HEADLINER: THE O’JAYS!

    **NEW LOCATION!!**

    THE NEW DETROIT CONSERVANCY WEST RIVERWALK PARK 1801 W. JEFFERSON, DETROIT, MI 48216


    TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BROWNPAPERTICKETS.COM



    KEM



    (July 25, 2014) DETROIT, MI – Two-time GRAMMY® nominated artist, KEM, is set to release his anxiously-awaited fourth full-length studio album, PROMISE TO LOVE, on August 26, 2014 through Motown Records.

    The final sequence for PROMISE TO LOVE is as follows: Track 1: Saving My Love For You – Track 2: Promise To Love – Track 3: Downtown (ft. Snoop Dogg) – Track 4: Beautiful World – Track 5: Do What You Gotta Do – Track6: Say Something Real – Track 7: My Favorite Thing (ft. Ronald Isley) – Track 8: It’s You – Track 9: The Soft Side Of Love – Track 10: Nobody – Track 11: Pray For Me.

    The PROMISE TO LOVE DELUXE version will include two bonus tracks: Track 12: Moments – Track 13: Don’t Say Goodbye (Introducing L’Renee).

    PROMISE TO LOVE is highlighted by its lead single, “It’s You,” which currently resides at #7 on UAC charts, as well as guest appearances by Snoop Dogg (“Downtown”), Ronald Isley (“My Favorite Thing”) and Kemistry Records Artist, L’Renee (“Don’t Say Goodbye”).

    KEM’s PROMISE TO LOVE album release will coincide with his fourth ‘MACK & THIRD’ philanthropic event in his hometown Detroit. ‘Mack & Third’ is an all-day concert, fundraiser and food drive to benefit the homeless community, which will take place on August 24, 2014. The 2014 event will feature: ‘A Meal & A Message’ for homeless citizens from KEM; several food & merchandise vendors; free health screenings and all-day live concert and comedic entertainment that will conclude with performances by KEM and The O’Jays.

    In 2012, KEM presented his third ‘Mack & Third’ event at Detroit’s Cass Park, which was headlined by Maze ft. Frankie Beverly. The event was attended by 55,000 fans, provided free, hot meals to 1,500 homeless men, women & children and collected in excess of 130,000 canned goods.

    MACK & THIRD NEW LOCATION
    KEM’s 2014 Mack & Third event has a new, larger location -- The New Detroit Conservancy West RiverWalk Park at 1801 W. Jefferson, Detroit, MI 48216. The West RiverWalk site has significant meaning, as KEM spent his final night of homelessness and addiction at that location on July 23, 1990. The larger location also provides the capacity to grow in the future, including the expansion of services, levels of assistance and audience capacity.

    MACK & THIRD TICKETS
    With the new location and the new partnership with the Detroit Conservancy in place, this year’s Mack & Third is a ticketed event. All profits from the event will be donated to organizations that provide services to the area’s homeless community. For a small donation of $5.00, each attendee will have access to a full day of local and National Music and Comedic Acts, free health services, a Children's PlayZone, craft and food vendors and on-stage giveaways. All attendees are encouraged to bring canned goods to donate to Detroit area shelters, food banks, churches and organizations that service the homeless and hungry.

    Tickets for general seating are $5.00 each. Children 15 and under are free, and must be accompanied by an adult.

    A limited number of premium tickets are available for $50.00 each, which include: seating at the front of the stage and access to a designated entrance, restroom facilities and beverage carts.

    Tickets are available at www.BrownPaperTickets.com.

    Fans can find additional details at www.facebook.com/MackAndThird, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MackAndThird and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/MackAndThirdOrg

    Further information regarding Mack & Third sponsorship, donations, volunteering and vending is available by emailing: info@mackandthird.org.

    For the latest KEM news, visit: MusicByKEM.com; facebook.com/MusicByKEM and follow KEM on Twitter & Instagram at @MusicByKEM.

    About Mack & Third, Inc:
    Mack & Third, Inc. is a Michigan domestic non-profit corporation founded by Motown Recording Artist KEM, which is named for an intersection in the area where many of Detroit’s homeless citizens reside. Mack & Third, Inc. assists organizations that support the homeless community, including shelters and organizations which supported KEM throughout his journey from homelessness & addiction to sobriety & success. KEM's annual Mack & Third event is an all-day concert to benefit and recognize Detroit's homeless citizens that provides hot meals and health screenings to thousands of homeless people and has collected hundreds of thousands of canned goods. The 2012 event was attended by 55,000 fans and collected in excess of 130,000 canned goods. Information about the Mack & Third event is available on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MackAndThird, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MackAndThird and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/MackAndThirdOrg. Mack & Third, Inc. is a 501c3 organization.

    About KEM:
    In 2001, KEM independently released his first CD, KEMISTRY, on his Kemistry Records label, selling nearly 15,000 units, after which, he was signed by Universal Motown. Motown re-released KEMISTRY in 2002, released KEM ALBUM II in May 2005 and INTIMACY in August 2010, which debuted at #2 on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums list and was certified Gold in March 2012.KEM’s first three studio albums on the Motown label garnered him national critical and commercial acclaim, including two GRAMMY® nominations, a Soul Train award nomination and a BET Centric Award nomination. Kemistry, Album II, and Intimacy have each been certified RIAA gold, and worldwide sales are in excess of 2.5 million copies. In 2012, KEM founded Mack & Third, Inc., a Michigan domestic non-profit corporation that assists organizations that support the homeless community, including shelters and organizations which supported KEM throughout his journey from homelessness & addiction to sobriety & success. KEM’s ‘Mack & Third’ Event is an all-day concert event to benefit and recognize Detroit’s homeless citizens. The 2012 event was attended by 55,000 fans and collected in excess of 130,000 canned goods. The 2014 event will be held on August 24. KEM’s Christmas album, WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS, was released on October 16, 2012. After the holiday season, the album had sold 76,000 copies, making it the #3 highest-selling Urban Christmas record in one season. KEM wrote and recorded a duet with Ronald Isley entitled “My Favorite Thing,” which was released as the second single from Ron Isley’s 2013 CD, ”This Song Is For You.” KEM re-released his WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS DELUXE project in October 2013, which included four bonus tracks. The added track, “Jesus” features Patti LaBelle and Ronald Isley. In December 2013, KEM presented the ‘KEM & Friends: What Christmas Means Holiday Tour,’ a holiday-themed concert with a storyline narrated by actor/comedian Anthony Anderson and featuring KEM & his R&B friends Patti LaBelle, Ronald Isley and Avery Sunshine. Performances of their hits, as well as Christmas original & classic songs together on stage, took audiences on a never-seen-before uplifting holiday journey. KEM’s 4th studio album, PROMISE TO LOVE, will be released on the Motown label on August 26, 2014. www.musicbykem.com


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    Verve Records is proud to share legend Smokey Robinson's duet of Quiet Storm with the phenomenal John Legend

    Check it out here!





    Website: www.smokeyrobinson.com
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesmokeyrobinson
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/smokey_robinson

    Release Date For Legendary Artist Smokey Robinson's New Duets
    Album "Smokey & Friends" Moved Up To August 19 on Verve Records
    "Smokey & Friends" Track Listing Revealed Featuring Duets with Contemporary
    and Classic Artists such as Elton John, James Taylor, Mary J. Blige, Aloe Blacc,
    Jessie J, Miguel, CeeLo, Ledisi and more

    Smokey Robinson



    LOS ANGELES, July 22, 2014 - The release date for "Smokey & Friends," the new duets album from legendary Motown icon and Grammy® award-winning singer-songwriter, Smokey Robinson has been moved up to August 19 on Verve Records. The album will be made available at all physical and digital retail outlets nationwide. To pre-order "Smokey & Friends" on Amazon.com click HERE.

    The track listing for "Smokey & Friends" features Robinson alongside a celebrated roster of contemporary and classic artists who revisit the best loved songs from Robinson's unmatched catalog of hits including those he has written for his solo career, his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group, The Miracles, as well as hits he wrote for others, including Marvin Gaye and The Temptations.

    On the Randy Jackson-produced set, Robinson is joined by old friends like James Taylor, Sir Elton John, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, Sheryl Crow, and Mary J. Blige, as well as with some of today's hottest new artists including John Legend, John Mayer, Miguel, Aloe Blacc, JC Chasez, CeeLo, Ledisi and Jessie J.

    Robinson and his guests pay homage to the timeless originals, while creating new versions that feel instantaneously contemporary and classic. Robinson and John turn "The Tracks of My Tears" into an organ-drenched call and response; while Legend's graceful piano playing adds a new elegance to "Quiet Storm." On "My Girl," Miguel, Aloe Blacc, and 'N Sync's JC Chasez match The Temptation's unforgettable harmonies, as John Mayer recreates the song's instantly recognizable opening guitar riffs. The album's 11 tracks will delight longtime Robinson fans, as well as introduce these ageless songs to younger listeners not necessarily familiar with the enduring melodies and lyrics.

    ABOUT SMOKEY ROBINSON
    Once pronounced by Bob Dylan as America's "greatest living poet," acclaimed singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson's career spans over four decades of hits. He has received numerous awards including two Grammy's, the Grammy Living Legend Award, NARAS Lifetime Achievement Award, Honorary Doctorate (Howard University), Kennedy Center Honors and the National Medal of Arts Award from the President of the United States. He has also been inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters' Hall of Fame.

    Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Robinson founded The Miracles while still in high school. The group was Berry Gordy's first vocal group. Their single of Robinson's "Shop Around" became Motown's first #1 hit on the R&B singles chart. The Miracles dominated the R&B scene.

    throughout the 1960's and early 70's. In addition to writing hits for The Miracles, Robinson wrote and produced hits for other Motown.

    "Smokey & Friends" Track Listing:
    1. The Tracks Of My Tears - Elton John
    2. You Really Got A Hold On Me - Steven Tyler
    3. My Girl - Miguel, Aloe Blacc & JC Chasez
    4. Cruisin' - Jesse J
    5. Quiet Storm - John Legend
    6. The Way You Do (The Things You Do) - CeeLo Green
    7. Being With You - Mary J. Blige
    8. Ain't The Peculiar - James Taylor
    9. The Tears Of A Clown - Sheryl Crow
    10. Ooh Baby Baby - Ledisi
    11. Get Ready - Gary Barlow


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    Popular Vocal Coach Prepares Universal Music Group’s Emerging Artist for Project Spearheaded by Stevie Wonder

    ILana Martin Shares valuable Vocal Tips for Emerging Artists below:

    ILana Martin



    1. Blend - Embrace energy on your notes and don't over pronounce the words. You get to blend into the other band vocal harmonies.

    2. Enthusiasm - Sing with genuine emotion because the audience knows what's real.

    3.Improvise - Find ways to be yourself. Every band member has his/her own quirks that make them fun to watch.

    4. Accentuate your strengths - Capitalize on your strong points and know what they are. After you write them down, review the set list of each show mentally to find moments to share your strengths onstage.

    5. Make It Big - When you have a spotlight on your solo vocal, make it into a big moment by commanding the stage with your energy and aura.

    6. Live Open - Bring in life. Let the experiences you absorb during the days before the show come out under the stage lights.

    7. Dialogue - Find the story in each song and infuse a conversation into how you deliver that in your performance.

    8. Level the Crowd - Change the level you stand on physically. Sit sometimes, stand, dance, lean in toward the crowd, and change your height to change the audience perspective of the mood or setting.

    9.Hit the Stage Warm - Even if it seems obvious, you should not skip out onto any stage without a 40-60 minute warm up first. If this gets your voice tired, then you are singing the wrong way. Call The Vocal Workout - for our online Stamina Program. www.vocalworkoutsingingschool.com

    10. Have Fun - it's contagious!


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    EBONY Salutes Black Music Legends in Special Collector’s Edition

    The four-cover series celebrates Black Music Month

    CHICAGO (May 2, 2014) — In celebration of Black Music Month, EBONY magazine pays tribute to the industry’s leaders, pioneers and game changers. Inside the June issue, EBONY honors both the present-day success stories and the giants who paved the way.

    The issue is presented in a four-cover series, with Beyoncé, Jay Z, Kanye West and Rihanna gracing the covers as a salute to their unprecedented impact on Black music. One of the most critically acclaimed voices in urban music culture, Kevin Powell, lends EBONY his pen and probes the connection between the ruling musical icons and how they compare with legends of the past.

    “It was an honor to write the four cover stories for EBONY magazine’s Black Music Month special collector’s edition, and to also pen the additional four mini-features inside,” said Powell. “Rarely do you see today’s unstoppable stars like Beyoncé, Rihanna, Kanye West and Jay Z packaged with legends like Tina Turner, Donna Summer or Tupac Shakur, but we did it because when it comes to Black music, it is important to note the deep connection between the musicians of yesterday and today,” he added.

    Inside EBONY, Powell paints a picture of the parallels between several music geniuses, regardless of the era they reigned. For example, Kanye and Tupac are both recognized as the poets who defined their own rules in the industry.

    “They are brothers from another planet – the one they built themselves,” said Powell in the article as he referenced Kanye and Tupac. “Love them or hate them, there is no denying that these two bad boys of hip-hop make our culture so electric and so hard to ignore.”

    Additional artists highlighted include Usher, Prince, Lauryn Hill and Mary J. Blige.

    However, it is impossible to recognize the idols of Black music, without acknowledging those of the jazz era. EBONY also pays homage to Blue Note Records, the most respected and longest-running jazz label in the world, as the company celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and Art Blakey were just a few of the legendary musicians on Blue Note Records, and now trailblazers such as Robert Glasper are continuing to carry the torch for the prestigious label.

    The tribute continues as EBONY reveals the 10 music artists to watch – with Judith Hill, Childish Gambino and Lecrae on the list to name a few, the seven most epic battles in Black music and a guide to the best festivals, concerts and new music releases for the summer.

    Readers can find the June issue of EBONY on newsstands May 6.

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    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 source for an authoritative perspective on the African-American community. The monthly magazine, now in its 68th year, reaches nearly 11 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders of African-Americans. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and the iPad, EBONY is the heart, the soul and the pulse of African-Americans.

    Follow us and tell us what’s on your mind: @EBONYMag on Twitter | EBONYMag on Facebook| EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr| EBONY.com online

    EBONY: It’s more than a magazine, it’s a movement.


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    Dee Dee Simon

     Dee Dee Simon


    was born and raised in Deep East Oakland. She was born to sing and has been doing just that since the age of 4. When asked to describe herself, she claims, “I’m just another girl from Oakland, read the papers. I’m a productive of my surroundings but I plan to make it.”

    Nurtured in the Baptist church, she honed her vocal skills finding her own voice.

    She has had her share of ups and downs in life but knew it would build who she is today. She has had the opportunity to sing with artists such as Tony Toni Tone, Too Short, E-40, Spice 1, Chauncey of Black Street, Rome, The Temptations, Dick Gregory, Paul Mooney, Jill Scott’s Kindred Family Soul, Eric Benet and the list goes on.

    She has opened up for the KBLX Stone Soul Concert with musical greats: Chaka Khan, Charlie Wilson, Cameo, Lakeside, and the Ohio Players. This came as no hand out. She competed with local artists to secure this magnificent opportunity.

    March 2013, Dee Dee was nominated for the most prestigous awards at the Bay Area Black Music Awards, " The Verge Award" and "The Best R& B Female Performer".

    She is a playwright who has written her 5th Gospel Stage play, “When a Man Loves A Woman”, that is on a local tour.

    Recently she won The National Steve Harvey Neighborhood Awards Sing off Competition, August 2013. Since she has continued to reach higher heights by releasing 2 music videos "Grown Woman" and "Suited N Booted" also in the digital stores for purchase.

    Dee Dee states that this is what she was made to do. “I just want to SiNG.”

    http://www.deedeesimon.com/


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  1. Abbey Lincoln...
    Jazz vocalist, songwriter, and actress.

  2. Adam Wade...
    Singer, drummer and television actor.

  3. Adina Howard...
    R&B singer who rose to prominence during the mid 1990s with her debut album, Do You Wanna Ride?

  4. Al Green...
    Gospel and soul music singer who received great acclaim in the 1970s.

  5. Ali-Ollie Woodson...
    R&B singer, songwriter, and keyboardist.

  6. Akon...
    Senegalese-American hip hop and R&B singer, songwriter, and record producer.

  7. Ak'Sent...
    Born Krystle Kantrece Johnson is an American rapper from Los Angeles, California.

  8. Aleee...
    Aleee is a powerful gospel singer who blends the best of southern gospel tradition with modern hiphop and gutsy rhythm & blues.

  9. Alicia Keys...
    Beautiful and talented Alicia.

  10. Ali Ollie Woodson...
    The official CD order website of Ali Woodson.

  11. Al Jarreau...
    A seven-time Grammy Award winner in three separate categories: Jazz, Pop, and R&B.

  12. Alton "Big Al" Carson...
    Blues and jazz singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.

  13. Amanda Cole...
    Amanda a former member of En Vogue.

  14. Amel Larrieux...
    R&B and soul singer and songwriter.

  15. Amil...
    A female rapper from New York.

  16. Andrea Brown...
    An African American female singer from Boston, Massachusetts. She is also the cousin of singer Bobby Brown.

  17. Andreya Triani...
    Andreya is an experimental singer-songwriter, originally from London, and currently based in Brighton.

  18. Andre Mieux...
    Andre Mieux is a multi-talented singer/songwriter/producer.

  19. Angela Winbush...
    R&B/soul singer-songwriter.

  20. Angie Stone...
    Angie Stone Online website.

  21. Anika Noni Rose...
    A Tony Award-winning American singer and actress.

  22. Ann Peebles...
    An internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter best known for her popular Memphis soul albums of the 1970s.

  23. Anthony Hamilton...
    A Grammy Award Winning American R&B, soul, and neo soul singer-songwriter, and record producer.

  24. Antoine Dunn...
    Dunn, who became music director at his church at age 17, released his first single, “Can’t Forget,” in September 2011.

  25. Anwar Robinson...
    Singer/songwriter/musician who was the 7th place finalist on the fourth season of American Idol.

  26. Aretha-Franklin...
    Singer, songwriter and pianist commonly referred to as "The Queen of Soul". Although renowned for her soul recordings, Franklin is also adept at jazz, rock, blues, pop, R&B and gospel.

  27. Arthur "T-Boy" Ross...
    Singer and songwriter.

  28. Ashanti ...
    Murder INC records.

  29. Asie Payton...
    Former blues musician who lived most of his life in Holly Ridge, Mississippi, in the Mississippi Delta.

  30. Avant...
    A multi-platinum American R&B singer.

  31. Avery Sunshine...
    Avery Sunshine's official profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.

  32. Babyface...
    Babyface has sold a career total of over 100 million units in global sales with work as a solo artist.

  33. Baby Huey ...
    Rock and soul singer, born in Richmond, Indiana.

  34. Barbara McNair...
    African-American singer and actress.

  35. Barbara Siggers Franklin...
    Mother of Aretha Franklin and according to gospel great Mahalia Jackson, one of the finest singers in the country.

  36. Barry White...
    A multiple Grammy Award-winner known for his rich bass voice and romantic image.

  37. Bernice Johnson Reagon...
    Singer, composer, scholar, and social activist.

  38. Bessie Griffin...
    An African American gospel singer.

  39. Bessie Smith...
    Was the most popular and successful female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s.

  40. Betty Carter...
    Jazz singer who was renowned for her improvisational technique and vocal style.

  41. Betty Everett...
    Was an African-American R&B singer and pianist.

  42. Betty Wright...
    A soul and R&B singer.

  43. Bettye LaVette...
    Soul singer who cut her first record at 16, but achieved only intermittent fame until her 2005 record, I've Got My Own Hell to Raise.

  44. Bilal The Man...
    Bilal The Man website.

  45. Billie Holiday...
    Widely considered one of the greatest jazz voices of all time.

  46. Billy Henderson ...
    An original member of The Spinners, a soul vocal group.

  47. Billy Paul ...
    Grammy Award-winning American soul singer, most known for his vocals on the 1972 number-one single "Me and Mrs. Jones".

  48. Billy Preston...
    The home of the official website for black singer, Billy Preston.

  49. Billy Stewart...
    Musical artist, with a highly distinctive scat-singing style.

  50. Bill Withers...
    Official site. Including mattie music group, music publishing.

  51. BJ Snowden...
    Singer, songwriter and performer based out of Massachusetts.

  52. Blind Willie McTell...
    American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist.

  53. Blu Cantrell...
    A Grammy Award-nominated R&B and soul singer.

  54. Bobby Bland...
    African-American blues singer, and was an original member of The Beale Streeters.

  55. Bobby Brown...
    Grammy Award-winning R&B singer and dancer.

  56. Bobby Jones ...
    A famous gospel leader and singer from Nashville, Tennessee.

  57. Bobby Lewis...
    African-American early rock and roll and R&B singer.

  58. Bobby Short...
    Was a cabaret singer known for his interpretation of songs by 20th century composers such as Rodgers and Hart, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, and Ira Gershwin.

  59. Bobby V. ...
    Bobby V. - The Official Website.

  60. Bobby Valentino...
    R&B singer.

  61. Bobby Womack...
    Performing in the soul and R&B genres, he achieved his greatest success in the 1970s and 1980s.

  62. Bob Marley ...
    We can rock it all night long, darlin.

  63. Bootsy Collins...
    The New Bootsy Album: Tha Funk Capital Of The World.

  64. Bo Weavil Jackson...
    Was a blues singer and guitarist.

  65. Brandy...
    The Official Website of Brandy.

  66. Brenton Wood...
    Singer and songwriter, best known for his two 1967 hit singles: "The Oogum Boogum Song" .

  67. Brian McKnight...
    Grammy-nominated American singer, songwriter, arranger, producer, pop and R&B musician.

  68. Brooke Valentine...
    R&B singer-songwriter.

  69. Buddy Guy...
    Five-time Grammy Award-winning American blues and rock guitarist and singer.

  70. Butch Cassidy ...
    Butch Cassidy is an R&B singer, cousin of Nate Dogg, who began singing in the church choir with him.

  71. Candice Glover ...
    Candice is an American singer from St. Helena Island, South Carolina. She is the winner of the 12th season of American Idol. This makes her the first female winner of the show since Jordin Sparks won in 2007.

  72. Carl Anderson...
    Performer Carl Anderson's Official Website.

  73. Carl Thomas ...
    R&B singer.

  74. Carmen McRae...
    American jazz singer.

  75. Carole Fredericks...
    An African American singer most famous for her recordings in France.

  76. Carolyn Franklin...
    The younger sister of soul music singer Aretha Franklin, serving as one of Aretha's background vocalists for some years.

  77. Case ...
    Case is a Grammy-nominated American R&B singer-songwriter.

  78. Cassie...
    R&B singer, model and actress.

  79. CC White...
    Make Music = Live Life!!

  80. CeCe Winans...
    CeCe Winans Official Web Site CeCe's official place on the web.

  81. Cee-Lo...
    Hip Hop, funk, soul, and R&B musician.

  82. Chaka Khan...
    Soul singer best known for her 1984 cover of Prince's "I Feel For You", among others.

  83. Chanté Moore...
    Jazz and R&B singer.

  84. Charley Pride...
    Country music singer.

  85. Charlie Wilson ...
    R&B/soul singer and the lead vocalist for the Gap Band.

  86. Chauncey Matthews...
    Chauncey was one of the finalists on the short lived American Idol spin-off, American Juniors.

  87. Cherrelle...
    Cheryl Anne Norton, better known by her stage name, Cherrelle, is an American R&B singer who gained fame in the 1980s. Her signature hits include "I Didn't Mean to Turn You On".

  88. Cheryl Lynn...
    Disco, R&B and soul singer.

  89. Chris Brown...
    Recording artist and actor. Brown made his recording debut in late 2005 at the age of 16.

  90. Christina Milian...
    Actress and Grammy Award-nominated R&B and pop singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer and former MTV host.

  91. Chuck Berry...
    The legend lives on!

  92. Ciara...
    The Official Website of Ciara.

  93. Cindy Herron...
    A singer and one of the original members of the R&B group En Vogue.

  94. Cissy Houston...
    Gospel and soul singer, also mother of singer and actress Whitney Houston.

  95. Clara Smith...
    Was a popular blues singer.

  96. Claytoven Richardson...
    Awarded several gold, platinum and multi-platinum awards.

  97. Coko...
    Singer Coko (née Cheryl Gamble) was one-third of the R&B trio SWV, who had a string of chart hits in the mid-'90s.

  98. Corinne Bailey Rae ...
    Singer Corinne Bailey Rae's official website.

  99. Craig David ...
    Official website of black singer Craig David.

  100. Cree Summer...
    American-born Canadian actress, musician, and Emmy Award nominated voice actress.

  101. Crystal Tucker...
    Official website of multifaceted New Orleans soul singer Crystal Tucker.

  102. Crystal Waters...
    Dance music singer and songwriter.

  103. Curtis Mayfield...
    Late soul, funk and R&B singer, songwriter and guitarist best known for his anthemic music with The Impressions.


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  104. Da-Brat...
    Still around and puttin down the beats.

  105. D'Angelo...
    R&B singer.

  106. Daniel Moore...
    Get the latest news and updates from I Am Daniel Moore.

  107. Danny Boy...
    A contemporary African-American soul singer.

  108. Darien Brockington...
    Get the latest news and updates from talented Darien Brockington - But You Can call Me D-Brock.

  109. Darius Rucker...
    Darius Rucker produces a work of art that stands out in the midst of mundane music and will stand the test of time precisely because he made a record that feels as good as it sounds.

  110. Dave Hollister...
    Talented R&B vocalist who found fame as one-fourth of the R&B quartet BLACKstreet before going on to a solo career.

  111. David Ruffin...
    Soul singer most famous for his work as lead singer of The Temptations from 1964 to 1968.

  112. Dawn Robinson...
    R&B/soul/Dance-pop singer.

  113. Debby Holiday...
    Singer and songwriter. Her music is a mixture of soul & rock.

  114. Debelah Morgan...
    R&B singer and songwriter.

  115. Deborah Bond...
    Debórah Bond's official profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.

  116. Dee Clark...
    Talented R&B singer during the 50's.

  117. Dee Dee Bridgewater...
    Dee Dee Bridgewater - Acclaimed International Jazz Singer and Actress, Broadway performer.

  118. Dee Dee Simon...
    Dee Dee's journey includes the Steve Harvey contest which she won and is the first to ever win representing the West Coast. Listen to Kevin Hart and others responding to her singing and vocal ability. She is also this years 6 time Black Music Award winner.

  119. Dennis Edwards...
    American soul and R&B singer, most noted for being one of Motown act The Temptations' lead singers.

  120. Denyce Graves...
    Born March 7, 1964 in Washington, D.C. is an American opera singer.

  121. Derek Rhodes...
    Born January 31, 1993 is a singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor.

  122. Derrick Green...
    The talented vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the metal band Sepultura.

  123. Destiny Lights...
    Amazing ctress, singer and dancer.

  124. DeVante Swing...
    Record producer, songwriter, & singer.

  125. Dezaray Dawn...
    Dezaray Dawn's wonderful official profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.

  126. Diana Ross...
    Singer & actress, whose musical repertoire spans R&B, soul, disco, and pop.

  127. Diedre Gaddis...
    Deirdre Gaddis Debut CD "Life In The Key Of Dei" featuring "This Funky Ride.

  128. Dionne Warwick...
    Singer best known for her work with Hal David and Burt Bacharach as songwriters and producers.

  129. Dobie Gray...
    An African American musician/singer best known for his cover of the song "Drift Away", which was one of the biggest hits of 1973, and still remains a staple of radio airplay.

  130. Don-E...
    Don-E's official profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.

  131. Donell Jones...
    Talented Singer / songwriter.

  132. Donnie...
    The Official Website of Donnie.

  133. Donnie McClurkin...
    The wonderful Official Website of Donnie McClurkin.

  134. Donny Hathaway...
    Donny was born October 1, 1945, died January 13, 1979, was an soul singer/musician.

  135. Dontae Peeps ...
    A professional songwriter since his early teens, Dontae Peeps admits music comes more natural to him than other things.

  136. Dorothy Dandridge...
    Dorothy Dandridge, a life unfulfilled.

  137. Dorothy Love Coates...
    Dorothy was an influential American gospel singer who rose to stardom in the 1950s.

  138. Dr. J LanYe'...
    Dr. J LanYe'-Lyric Mezzo-Soprano, pianist, composer, conductor.

  139. Duke Ellington...
    The legend who opened doors for many singers today.

  140. Dwele...
    R&B and soul singer, songwriter & record producer from Detroit, Michigan. "

  141. Dwight D. Bazemore...
    The Official Website for actor/entertainer Dwight D. Bazemore.

  142. Eddie Kendricks...
    Late singer and songwriter noted for his distinctive falsetto singing style and was one of the lead singers of the Motown singing group The Temptations.

  143. Eddie Murphy...
    Funnyman Eddie Murphy enjoyed a minor singing career.

  144. Edna Hicks...
    Blues singer & musician.

  145. Edwin Starr...
    Late talented soul music singer.

  146. Elisha La'Verne...
    Elisha La'Verne official website.

  147. Elizabeth Greenfield...
    1819–1876, dubbed "The Black Swan", was a singer considered the best-known black concert artist of her time.

  148. Ella Fitzgerald...
    The Official Web Site of Ella Fitzgerald with links to his biography, fast facts, pictures and much more.

  149. Eric Benet...
    The official website of singer Eric Benet.

  150. Eric Johnson...
    Biography and information about jazz guitarist, Eric Johnson.

  151. Eric Roberson...
    R&B and soul singer-songwriter from Rahway, New Jersey, United States. He is sometimes referred to simply as Erro.

  152. Ericka Yancey...
    Soul singer.

  153. Erykah Badu...
    American neo-soul, R&B/hip hop artist whose work crosses over into jazz.

  154. Ethel Waters...
    An Oscar-nominated American blues vocalist and actress. She was the second African American to ever be nominated for an Academy Award.

  155. Etta James...
    Blues, soul, R&B, rock & roll, gospel and jazz singer and songwriter. James is the winner of four Grammys and seventeen Blues Music Awards. She was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1993, the Blues Hall of Fame in 2001, and the Grammy Hall of Fame both in 1999 and 2008.

  156. Etta Moten Barnett...
    was an African American actress and contralto singer.

  157. Evelyn King...
    R&B and disco singer.

  158. Faith Evans...
    Grammy Award-winning American R&B singer, songwriter and producer.

  159. Fantasia Barrino...
    An American pop, R&B, and soul singer and Broadway actress.

  160. Fantasia...
    A high quality Fantasia site with loads of content, messageboard, up-to-date news, gallery, and more.

  161. Fefe Dobson ...
    Read the great review for Fefe's upcoming album Joy: Although she certainly took her time with it, Canadian Pop-Rocker Fefe Dobson finally is releasing her official sophomore disc Joy.

  162. Florence Ballard...
    One of the original lead singers of the Motown act The Supremes.

  163. Fontella Bass...
    An American soul singer, who is best known for the 1965 R&B hit "Rescue Me".

  164. Frank McComb...
    The long awaited album from Frank McComb: The Truth is officially out today on Expansion Records.

  165. Frenchie Davis...
    A former American Idol contestant who was disqualified in 2003 for appearing in topless photos on the Internet.

  166. Funkmaster Flex...
    Yeah Boi!

  167. Garnet Mimms...
    Singer influential in soul music and rhythm and blues.

  168. Gary Taylor...
    Internationally renowned romantic balladeer Gary Taylor continues to write, produce and sing songs that get straight to the heart of the matter: The Heart.

  169. Gayle Adams...
    Urban contemporary and house music artist who is best known for her hits "Love Fever" and "Your Love Is A Lifesaver."

  170. Geno Young...
    Geno Young was born and raised in Dallas, TX, and had a musical family and began playing violin and piano and an early age.

  171. George Benson...
    Because the guitarist singer is so diverse, one never knows what to expect from his wonderful and great albums.

  172. George Duke...
    George Duke and a young singer named Al Jarreau formed a group which became the house band at San Francisco's Half Note Club.

  173. George Huff...
    Singer, who was a 5th -place finalist on the third season of American Idol.

  174. Gerald Levert...
    Late talented R&B singer, one of several from the musical Levert family.

  175. Gerald Levert...
    The Official Website of daerly missed, Gerald Levert.

  176. Ginuwine...
    The Official Website of the ladies man, Ginuwine.

  177. Gladys Bentley...
    Gladys was a famous African-American blues singer during the Harlem Renaissance.

  178. Gladys Knight...
    R&B/soul singer, actres and legend.

  179. Glenn Lewis...
    "Glenn Lewis is the truth - absolutely wonderful! soulful old school with a new school vibe reminiscent of what we grew up on" .

  180. Goapele...
    Soul and R&B music singer and songwriter.

  181. Gloria Jones...
    Gloria is a singer and songwriter.

  182. Green Tea...
    Official website for an amazing talent singer, songwriter, D.C. songstress.

  183. Hannah Francis...
    A rare find R&B soul singer and lyricist the incomparable Hannah Francis!

  184. Harry Burleigh...
    World-famous composer, amazing talent, arranger and soloist.

  185. Harve Pierre...
    Writer, singer, amazing talent and producer.

  186. Heather Headley...
    The Official Website of the amazing Heather Headley.

  187. Helen Baylor...
    Official website for amazing Grammy nominated christian recording artist Helen Baylor.

  188. Henry Smith Music...
    This website gives a great view into the world of new and upcoming talented R&B male artist Henry Smith

  189. Heston...
    Heston is a soul stirring album Storyteller.

  190. Hilary Mwelwa...
    Genre is: Nu-Jazz / R&B / Soul.

  191. Houston ...
    Talented R&B singer best known for the hit single "I Like That".

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

  193. Ida Cox...
    A talented popular African American singer, best known for her Blues performances and recordings.

  194. India Arie...
    Talented singer India Arie's website.

  195. Irma Thomas...
    Grammy Award winning soul and rhythm and blues singer is from New Orleans.

  196. Isaac Hayes...
    Soul and funk singer, talented songwriter, musician, record producer, arranger, and actor.

  197. Ishman Bracey...
    Was a talented blues singer and guitarist from Mississippi.

  198. Issa Pointer...
    Daughter of talented Pointer Sisters member Ruth Pointer and former Temptations member Dennis Edwards.

  199. Jacky Clark Chisholm...
    Member of the talented world-renowned award-winning gospel singing group The Clark Sisters.

  200. Jade Trini Goring...
    Talented ontemporary gospel music singer.

  201. Jaheim...
    Official website of R&B singer Jahiem.

  202. Jahah...
    Mama's only son is back!

  203. James "J.T." Taylor...
    R&B singer, most known as the lead singer of the funk/R&B band Kool & The Gang.

  204. Janelle Monáe...
    Singer, songwriter, and high funkstress Janelle Monáe. Official website: Photos, blog, videos, interactive, chat and more.

  205. Janet Jackson...
    The Official Website of Janet Jackson.

  206. Janice Robinson...
    Singer/songwriter Pop/Rock.

  207. Jarrard Anthony...
    Jarrard Anthony's Official Website.

  208. Ja Rule...
    Pain is love. It just ain't fair that one guy gets to hang around all the fine and beautiful female singers.

  209. Jasmine Guy...
    Actress, singer. She is perhaps most well known for her starring role as Whitley Gilbert in the television series A Different World.

  210. Jaymes Wolff...
    No one can deny the finesse and shine of the multifaceted, writer, producer, and singer, Jaymes Wolff; an upward-bound performer from Brooklyn NY.

  211. J-Boog...
    R&B singer, former member of the boy band B2K.

  212. Jean Carne...
    American jazz & soul singer known for her unique vocalising and her impressive interpretative and improvisational skills.

  213. Jeffrey Daniel...
    Vocalist, dancer, choreographer and also theatre star.

  214. Jeffrey Osborne...
    Funk and R&B musician, and talented former lead singer of the band L.T.D.

  215. Jennifer Edison...
    The Official Ms. Jennifer Edison site. Includes news, biography, photos, music and more.

  216. Jennifer Hudson...
    Official Facebook page of Ms. Jennifer Hudson.

  217. Jenny Bapst...
    Musician and talrnted model.

  218. Jermaine Dupri...
    Official Website of Mr. Jermaine Dupri.

  219. Jermaine Stewart...
    Pop singer, known for his Billboard hits, "The Word Is Out".


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  220. Jerry Butler...
    soul singer also known as "The Ice Man" because of his cool demeanour while singing often intensely emotional lyrics.

  221. Jesse Powell...
    Talented Soul singer, known for his strong, gospel-drenched tenor, as well as his soaring falsetto.

  222. Jessica Benson...
    A member of the R&B trio 3LW (Three Little Women)

  223. Jill Jones...
    Singer/songwriter.

  224. Jill Scott...
    Grammy Award-winning jazz, rhythm and blues, and neo-soul singer and songwriter from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  225. Joan Cartwright...
    Jazz and Blues singer, composer, author and educator.

  226. Jocelyn Brown...
    Brown's immensely power-packed and impassioned voice has been the lead behind several definitive and timeless disco classics.

  227. Jody Watley...
    Pop singer/songwriter, producer and label owner.

  228. Joe...
    R&B romantic singer and record producer.

  229. Joe Bataan...
    The King of Latin R&B -- talented Afro-Filipino.

  230. John Henry Barbee...
    Was an American blues singer and guitarist.

  231. Johnny Mathis...
    Official website of the great Johnny Mathis.

  232. Johnny Nash...
    Pop singer best known for his 1972 hit “I Can See Clearly Now”.

  233. Joi...
    R&B/Rock singer, record producer and songwriter associated with the Dungeon Family collective based in Atlanta, Georgia.

  234. Jo-Jo...
    R&B/soul singer and songwriter, one-half of the duo K-Ci & JoJo and one-quarter of the R&B quartet Jodeci.

  235. Jon Gibson...
    22 top 5 hits, 9 no. # 1 songs, and an "Album Of The Year" to his credit. Listen to music of this singer-songwriting producer. Booking, etc.

  236. Jonell...
    The Official Website of Jonell.

  237. Joonie...
    is an American Soul/R&B Artist and Musician. Calvin “Joonie” Gary, Jr., better known by his stage name JOONIE is an American singer, songwriter, arranger and musician, specializing in Soul, R&B and Popular music.

  238. Jordin Sparks...
    Winner of the 6th season of the reality television show American Idol.

  239. Josephine Baker...
    Was an American-born dancer, actress and singer.

  240. Joya...
    R&B singer who released her debut album Here I Am on June 20, 1995.

  241. Joyce Vincent Wilson...
    Singer most famous for being one-third of the group Tony Orlando and Dawn.

  242. J-Shin...
    R&B singer. He is best known by his stage name, J-Shin.

  243. JSoul...
    Known as Baltimore's soul brotha #1 JSOUL is a r&b/soul/hip-hop crooner.

  244. Julie Dexter...
    Julie Dexter's official profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.

  245. June Pointer...
    R&B singer and was a founding member of the legendary vocal group The Pointer Sisters.

  246. Jus...
    Singer songwriter musician, originally from Philadelphia.

  247. Justin Guarini...
    singer/songwriter, actor who rose to fame in 2002, as the first runner-up on the television show “American Idol”.

  248. Kandi Burruss...
    Also known as just Kandi or Kandi Girl) is an R&B singer/songwriter.

  249. Karen Clark Sheard...
    Gospel singer, member of seminal group The Clark Sisters.

  250. Karyn White...
    Grammy Award-nominated Pop/R&B singer who became popular during the late 1980s.

  251. Kathleen´s World...
    My site is about multimedia. I am a one-woman creator of music and animation which promotes my music. I believe that I am on this earth to sing for the poor souls closest to the street, the ones who suffer the most, so performing does not interest me.

  252. K-Ci...
    R&B/soul singer and songwriter, one-half of the duo K-Ci and JoJo and one-quarter of the R&B quartet Jodeci.

  253. Keith Robinson...
    Actor and R&B singer.

  254. Kelly Price...
    Grammy Award-nominated talented American R&B and soul singer.

  255. Kelly Rowland...
    Grammy Award-winning American R&B singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress.

  256. Kem...
    Nigerian American R&B/soul singer, songwriter, and producer.

  257. Kenny Lattimore...
    R&B singer.

  258. Keyshia Cole...
    Talented Soul singer.

  259. Keri Hilson...
    A recording artist in her own right. Destined for stardom since day one, the Atlanta native's determined spirit first materialized all before she'd turn a teenager.

  260. Keyshia Cole...
    Grammy-nominated American R&B singer-songwriter, and record producer known for her soulful voice. Cole cites singers Mary J. Blige and Brandy as her biggest influences and inspirations.

  261. Khayumbia...
    KhaYUMbia's music reflects the Nu-Age belief that music/sound is healing and can be a powerful force for change. Afro-Afrikan World Rock Jazz Cultural Diasporic Word Up Live.

  262. Kim Burrel...
    The Official Website of talented singer Ms. Kim Burrell.

  263. Kindred the Family Soul...
    Kindred the Family Soul, also referred to as Kindred, are an American R&B, soul, and neo soul duo consisting of the married couple of Fatin Dantzler and Aja Graydon.

  264. Kirk Franklin...
    The Official Website of talented Kirk Franklin.

  265. Koko Taylor...
    Koko Taylor - The Queen of the Blues - Official Website.

  266. LaGaylia Frazier...
    An American singer, who moved to and settled in Sweden.

  267. Lajon Witherspoon...
    Vocalist for the Atlanta-based Metal band Sevendust.

  268. La Julia Rhea...
    Was an American operatic soprano, and a pioneering African American figure in Chicago.

  269. LaKisha Jones...
    Former American Idol contestant.

  270. Lalah Hathaway...
    Lalah Hathaway, as the older daughter of classic soul music artist Donny, and classically trained vocalist Eulaulah, is the poster child for genetic coding.

  271. Lamont Dozier...
    Lamont Dozier is the #1 songwriter in America.

  272. Larry "Jazz" Anthony...
    R&B singer best known as a member of the successful R&B group Dru Hill.

  273. Larry Williams...
    R&B singer, talented songwriter and pianist from New Orleans, Louisiana.

  274. LaShun Pace...
    Gospel singer.

  275. LaTavia Roberson...
    R&B singer and songwriter, as well as an original member of female group Destiny's Child.

  276. Latoya Jackson...
    La Toya On-Line - The official Latoya Jackson homepage.

  277. LaToya London...
    R&B and soul singer and actress who was the fourth-place finalist on American Idol.

  278. Lauryn Hill...
    he Official Website of talented Lauryn Hill.

  279. Leah Smith...
    I love Jesus. I like the music.

  280. Leah Thompson...
    Leah Thompson, song writer and performer.

  281. Ledisi...
    A talented Grammy-nominated R&B singer-songwriter from New Orleans. Her first name means "to bring forth" or "to come here" in Yoruba.

  282. Lemar...
    Lemar has sold over 2 million albums and each of his 3 albums have gone double platiumn. Lemar has already won two Brits, three MOBO's (Music Of Black Origin) awards and countless other awards which have been voted for by the british public.

  283. Lenny Kravitz...
    Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and arranger.

  284. Lenny Williams...
    Talented singer known for his work in the R&B and soul music genres.

  285. Leona Lewis...
    British Pop/R&B artist who was born 3 April 1985 in London. She was the first female winner of the UK reality TV series The X Factor.

  286. Leon Robinson...
    Talented Actor and singer.

  287. Leontyne Price...
    Talented Opera singer (soprano).

  288. Leroy Hutson...
    Soul, disco and R&B singer, songwriter, arranger, producer & instrumentalist.

  289. LeShawn Daniel Streater...
    LeShawn has been graced to write many praise/worship songs. He was priveledged to be one of the writers for a Unityfest cd project. He is also an author, with two books published and released: "My First Love" (2005); "The Special Edition: My First Love" (2007) & a poem "Never Judge A Book By It's Cover".

  290. Les Nubians...
    The self-described 'Afropean' hip hop/rhythm and blues duo Les Nubians features songs, lyrics, and photographs.

  291. LeToya Luckett...
    R&B singer, songwriter and entrepreneur. She is an original member of R&B group Destiny's Child.

  292. LeVar Thomas...
    Official Site For R&B Singer/Songwriter LeVar Thomas. Includes Biography, Photos, Mailing List, MP3 Downloads and More.

  293. Lil Bow Wow...
    The Official Website of Lil Bow Wow.

  294. Lil Green...
    Was an American blues singer and songwriter.

  295. Lillian Evanti...
    Born August 12, 1890 – December 6, 1967, was an African American opera singer.

  296. Lil' Mo...
    R&B singer and songwriter.

  297. Lina...
    A neo-soul recording artist who was born in Denver, Colorado.

  298. Lionel Richie...
    A Grammy Award-winning American R&B and soul singer, Academy Award-winning songwriter, record producer, and occasional actor.

  299. Lisa Fischer...
    R&B singer best known for her abilities in the whistle register and her 1991 hit single "How Can I Ease the Pain".

  300. Lisa Kekaula...
    Lead singer of American "rock 'n' soul" band The Bellrays.

  301. Lisa Tucker...
    Singer, musical theater and television actress who was the tenth-place finalist on the fifth season of American Idol.

  302. Lizz Wright...
    Jazz singer and composer.

  303. Lloyd Price...
    Rock and roll musician.

  304. Lonie Walker...
    Acid Blues singer, whose music is a mixture rock, soul, funk, jazz & blues.

  305. Lou Rawls...
    Lou Rawls Official Website includes his biography, discography, itinerary, photo album, contacts, acting credits, Seasons 4 U sales and much more.

  306. L'Renee...
    Get the latest news and updates from L'Renee.

  307. Lucille Hegamin...
    Former singer and entertainer, and a pioneer African American blues recording artist.

  308. Luther Vandross...
    Don't be so mean Luther, You got the market on smoothness and style, come on & share a little.

  309. Lynda Laurence...
    R&B singer best known for being a part of Stevie Wonder's backup group Wonderlove.

  310. Mable John...
    Blues vocalist who was the first female signed by Berry Gordy to Motown's Tamla label.

  311. Macy Gray...
    Unique lady with her own brand.

  312. Malcolm Mooney...
    Singer, poet, and artist, probably best known as the original vocalist for German krautrock band Can.

  313. Mandisa...
    Most commonly known simply as Mandisa, is an American singer and was the 9th-place finalist in the 5th season of American Idol.

  314. Mara Hruby ...
    She arrived on the scene at the start of 2010, playing shows throughout the Bay Area, and is releasing her debut EP, From Her Eyes.

  315. Marcia Hines...
    Singer who achieved great success in her adopted homeland of Australia.

  316. Marc Nelson...
    Singer, songwriter.

  317. Mariah Carey...
    Official website for R&B superstar Mariah Carey.

  318. Marilyn McCoo...
    One of the five singing members of the R&B group, The 5th Dimension.

  319. Mario Winans...
    Official website for singer/producer Mario Winans.

  320. Marlena Shaw...
    Singer born Marlina Burgess in 1942, New Rochelle, New York.

  321. Marsha Ambrosius...
    Marsha is an English singer/songwriter. A former member of the English Soul/R&B duo Floetry, she released her first solo album Late Nights & Early Mornings on March 1, 2011.

  322. Marsha Hunt...
    Model, singer, novelist & actress.

  323. Martha Reeves...
    R&B and soul singer and was the lead singer of the legendary Motown girl group Martha & the Vandellas.

  324. Marvin Gaye...
    Soul and R&B singer-songwriter, instrumentalist, record producer and performer who gained international fame as an artist on the Motown label in the 1960s and 1970s.


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  325. Marv Johnson...
    R&B and soul singer most notable for performing on the first record to ever come from Motown.

  326. Mary J Blige...
    Dance For Me.

  327. Mary Wilson...
    Singer best known for her work as a member of the Motown soul and pop group The Supremes.

  328. Mavis Staples...
    Rhythm and blues singer.

  329. Maxine Jones...
    One of the original members of the R&B singing group En Vogue.

  330. Maxine Nightingale...
    Born in November 1952, in the west London suburb of Wembley, England, Maxine Nightingale was just 16 years old when she began singing in her schoolband.

  331. Maxwel...
    R&B artist. Neo-soul music.

  332. MC-Lyte...
    MC Lyte. not only a fine singer, but a person who extends a helpin hand to her community by getting involved.

  333. Megan Rochell...
    R&B/Soul singer, who is signed to Def Jam Records.

  334. Melanie Fiona...
    Singer, song writer Melanie Fiona. Her debut album, The Bridge, featured on KevinNottingham.com.

  335. Melanie Thornton...
    -German pop singer.

  336. Melba Moore...
    R&B singer and actress.

  337. Mel Carter...
    Mel Carter was soul music at its most vanilla, if indeed he could be characterized as a soul singer at all.

  338. Melinda Doolittle...
    Soul singer who finished 3rd place on the 6th season of American Idol.

  339. Melody Thornton...
    Singer, dancer, songwriter, and occasional model who rose to stardom as a member of the successful pop group the Pussycat Dolls.

  340. Melvin Franklin...
    Former bass singer, best known for his role as a member of Motown singing group The Temptations.

  341. Michael Cooper...
    Singer of "This Heart Of Mine".

  342. Michael Jackson...
    King Of Music!

  343. Michael Jackson...
    American songwriter, singer, whose work significantly influenced pop, rock'n'roll.

  344. Michael McCary...
    R&B singer, best known as the bass singer of the popular R&B group, Boyz II Men.

  345. Midge Williams...
    Swing Jazz vocalist during the 1930s & 1940s.

  346. Mighty Sam McClain...
    Sam McClain is an internationally acclaimed Soul Singer who has been performing for rapt audiences for the last 40 years! He is a singer of amazing depth, power and spirituality.

  347. Mike Johnson...
    Mike Johnson, Country Music's No.1 Black Yodeler, will be 62 years old this year. Johnson has been performing since the mid-1960s, was inducted into the Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame in 2002, and his Yodel Song Archives 114 yodeling songs written & composed by him] were included in the Recorded Sound Reference Center's permanent music collection at the Library of Congress in March 2007.

  348. Miki Howard...
    Singer and actress who had a string of top 10 hits in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

  349. Miles Bonny...
    Miles Bonny is a record producer, singer, trumpeter, & DJ. Miles currently lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

  350. Millie Jackson...
    Tell it like it is, R&B/Soul music singer/songwriter.

  351. Minnie Riperton...
    ) Was an American soul singer from Chicago, Illinois, most noted for her abilities in the whistle register and her 1975 hit single "Lovin' You".

  352. Missy Elliott...
    The Official Website of Missy Elliott .

  353. Monica...
    Grammy Award-winning American R&B singer, songwriter, composer and occasional actress.

  354. Monique Thomas...
    The next generation of major artists – five of the UK's hottest contemporary British soul singers and musicians.

  355. Montell Jordan...
    R&B singer, songwriter, & record producer.

  356. Musiq Soulchild...
    Neo soul and R&B artist.

  357. Mýa...
    R&B singer and actress.

  358. Nanette Maxine...
    A true vocal stylist.This prolific composer brings consiousness and passion to song. Hear R&B again for the first time.

  359. Napoleon Maddox...
    Hip Hop vocalist from Cincinnati, Ohio.

  360. Nappy Brown...
    Blues shouter who hails from Charlotte, NC and was the former lead singer of the gospel group The Selah Jubilee Singers.

  361. Natalie Cole...
    A Grammy Award-winning American singer & songwriter.

  362. Nathan Morris...
    Also known as Alex Vanderpool, is an African-American singer and a founding member of Boyz II Men.

  363. NatStar "The King"...
    NatStar is the definition of true artist; he writes, produces, sings, raps, and executes his own music.

  364. Natina Reed...
    Actress, rapper & songwriter in the R&B trio Blaque.

  365. Nat King Cole...
    Known professionally as Nat King Cole, is an American musician who first came to prominence as a leading jazz pianist.

  366. Nelly...
    It's gettin hot it here! Nelly's on fire!

  367. Ne-Yo...
    Grammy Award-nominated American R&B and pop singer-songwriter.

  368. Nicki Minaj...
    Talented Nicki Minaj's official website.

  369. Nicole Wray...
    R&B singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, rapper and model.

  370. Nikko Smith...
    Singer/songwriter who was the ninth-place finalist on American Idol.

  371. Nina Simone...
    TOfficial website for the late Nina Simone.

  372. Nivea...
    Grammy Award-nominated American R&B singer & songwriter.

  373. Noel Gourdin...
    R&B artist from Boston, Massachusetts. He is most known for his song called "The River", which appeared on the Billboard charts.

  374. Nona Gaye...
    Singer, former fashion model, and screen actress. Daughter of the great Marvin Gaye.

  375. Nokio the N-Tity...
    Record producer, songwriter, singer, & rapper.

  376. Norma Jean Wright...
    Was the lead vocalist of the soul, R&B and disco group Chic, from 1977 to 1978.

  377. Oleta Adams...
    "Oleta Adams a spiritually uplifting soul/r&b vocalist who seamlessly blends jazz, gospel and pop influences into a seamless union of it's own.

  378. Omarion...
    R&B singer, actor, and the former lead singer of boy band, B2K.

  379. O'Ryan...
    R&B singer.

  380. Otis Williams...
    Second tenor/baritone singer and a soul and R&B songwriter and record producer.

  381. Paris Bennett...
    Came to national recognition as a contestant on the 5th season of American Idol.

  382. Patti Austin...
    An R&B and jazz music singer.

  383. Patti LaBelle...
    Grammy Award-winning American R&B & soul singer and songwriter.

  384. Paul Kelly...
    Soul singer.

  385. Paul Owens...
    Gospel is a singer.

  386. Pearl Bailey...
    Popular singer and actress dating back to the forties..

  387. Peabo Bryson...
    R&B & soul singer, born in Greenville, South Carolina well known for singing soft-rock ballads, as a duo with female singers.

  388. Peggy Scott-Adams...
    Soul and R&B African-American female singer.

  389. Percy Sledge...
    R&B and soul performer.

  390. Perri "Pebbles" Reid...
    Dance-pop & urban contemporary singer.

  391. Philip Bailey...
    Soul On Jazz, just what the title suggests: a well-crafted collection of jazz compositions.

  392. Phil Perry...
    Welcome to the home of Phil Perry.

  393. Phil Phillips...
    Singer and songwriter.

  394. Phyllis Hyman...
    Late American soul singer and Tony-nominated actress.

  395. Pops Staples...
    Mississippi-born gospel and R&B musician.

  396. P. P. Arnold...
    An American born soul singer who enjoyed success in the United Kingdom.

  397. Puma Jones...
    Singer, who is known for her involvement with the Grammy Award-winning group, Black Uhuru.

  398. Q Parker...
    Singer out of Atlanta, Georgia. Genre R&B, Soul, Pop.

  399. Rachelle Ferrell...
    The Official site of Rachelle Ferrell

  400. Raheem DeVaughn...
    Catagorized amongst the likes of Dwele, Van Hunt, D'Angelo, & Marvin Gaye.

  401. Rahsaan Patterson...
    Singer and actor, best known for portraying "The Kid" on the popular 1980s television show Kids Incorporated.

  402. Ralph Graham...
    A voice like chocolate . . . that is how many of Ralph Graham's fans have described the silken, baritone vocal style of this renowned singer, songwriter.

  403. Ralph Tresvant...
    Tenor singer, best known as one of the lead singers in R&B act New Edition.

  404. Randy Crawford...
    A jazz and R&B singer.

  405. Raphael Saadiq...
    MySpace Music profile for Raphael Saadiq. Soul / R&B / music singles, watch music videos.

  406. Rashad Morgan...
    R&B singer from Detroit, Michigan.

  407. Ray Charles Online...
    The Official site of Ray Charles.

  408. Ray J...
    R&B singer actor best known as a co-star on his sister Brandy's UPN sitcom Moesha as Dorian Long.

  409. Ray Parker, Jr....
    Ray Parker, Jr. official website.

  410. Raz-B...
    Multi-genre singer, also one of the founder members of urban Hip-Hop/R&B boy band B2K

  411. Reel People...
    Reel People official website.

  412. Reggie P...
    Reggie B soul singer.

  413. Reri Grist...
    A pioneering American soprano who was the first African American to perform in many opera houses in Europe.

  414. Res...
    R&B singer.

  415. Rhian Benson...
    New & talented soulful singer in the entertainment industry.

  416. Rhona Bennett...
    Joined American R&B group En Vogue in 2003.

  417. Richard Smallwood...
    World-class composer, pianist & arranger.

  418. Rick James...
    Rick James is the Grammy Award winning songwriter of smash hits such as 'Superfreak,' 'Give it to Me Baby' & many more, and is known by all as the King of Funk.

  419. Ricky Bell...
    One of the founding members of the musical groups New Edition & Bell Biv DeVoe.

  420. Ricky Fante...
    Introducing Ricky Fante, the spectacular young R&B voice. With a timeless, gritty, soulful delivery, he's the the 21st century heir to Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Eddie Floyd and Al Green.

  421. Rihanna...
    A Barbadian singer, model, and former beauty queen. She also serves as cultural ambassador for Barbados. She is the first Barbadian artist to win a Grammy Award.

  422. R. Kelly...
    A multiple Grammy Award winning American Urban R&B singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and occaisonal rapper.

  423. Roberta Flack...
    Roberta Flack and Real Artist Symposium.

  424. Roberta Kelly...
    Singer who scored three hits on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1976-78.

  425. Roland Hayes...
    A lyric tenor, is considered the first African American male concert artist to receive wide international acclaim as well as at home.

  426. Romanthony...
    Disc jockey, producer, & singer.

  427. Ronald Isley...
    Soul, and R&B singer and is known as the lead singer and founding member of the legendary family music group The Isley Brothers.

  428. Ron Tyson...
    One of the premier performers of the day, Ron Tyson set himself apart in the early days of R&B in the City of Brotherly Love.

  429. Rosie Gaines...
    The Official Website of Rosie Gaines.


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  430. Rozonda Thomas...
    R&B singer and actress best known by her stage name, Chilli, also member of TLC fame.

  431. Ruben Studdard...
    Pop/R&B/gospel singer who rose to fame as winner of the second season of the American Idol television program.

  432. Ruby Elzy...
    A pioneer African American operatic soprano who created the role of Serena in George Gershwin's folk opera Porgy and Bess.

  433. Ruth Brown...
    Late R&B singer. Her performances in the Broadway musical Black and Blue earned Brown a Tony Award.

  434. Ruth Pointer...
    R&B singer, best known for being the eldest member of the legendary sister group, The Pointer Sisters.

  435. Sabrina Cuie...
    A Neo-Soul, Hip-Hop , and rhythm and blues singer and songwriter from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  436. Sade...
    The Official Website of Sade.

  437. Sam Cooke...
    Was a popular and influential American gospel, R&B, soul, pop singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur.

  438. Sammy Davis Jr....
    A tribute to Sammy Davis Jr., pictures, stories etc.

  439. Sananda Maitreya...
    Singer-songwriter currently living in Milan, Italy.

  440. Sarah Vaughan...
    Jazz singer, described as one of the greatest singers of the 20th century.

  441. Sara Martin...
    Blues singer, in her time one of the most popular of the classic blues singers.

  442. Sassy...
    Sassy is a Singer,Songwriter started in the "Entertainment Industry" when she was very young at the age of 9.

  443. Shamari Fears...
    Shamari began cultivating her soulful voice at the tender age of three. The Official Shamari Fears Website.

  444. Shanice...
    Grammy Award nominated American R&B singer.

  445. Shareefa...
    Professionally known as Shareefa, is an African American R&B singer.

  446. Shawn Stockman...
    an African-American R&B singer, best known as a member of the vocal group Boyz II Men. Stockman recorded a solo album as a side project during the late 1990s, but the LP was never released.

  447. Shemekia Copeland...
    The official website of blues singer Shemekia Copeland.

  448. Shiré...
    "Miss My Love" Produced by: Midi Mafia & Lokkenload.

  449. Shireen Crutchfield...
    Lead singer of the R&B group The Good Girls from the late 1980s through the early 1990s.

  450. Shirley Brown...
    A soul singer, born January 6, 1947 in West Memphis, Arkansas who is best known for her single "Woman to Woman" which was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1975.

  451. Shirley Caesar...
    The Official Website of Shirley Caesar.

  452. Shirley Owens...
    Was the lead singer of the Shirelles.

  453. Simone Hines...
    R&B/Pop singer who was signed to Epic records in the late 90s.

  454. Sinitta...
    African-American actress and singer. She is the daughter of singer Miquel Brown.

  455. "Sir" Mack Rice...
    Songwriter, whose compositions have been performed by many well-known artists.

  456. Sisqó...
    R&B singer and actor. He is best known for being the lead singer of R&B group Dru Hill.

  457. Sister Rosetta Tharpe...
    A pioneering Gospel singer, songwriter and recording artist.

  458. Smokey Robinson...
    R&B and soul singer-songwriter, record producer, and former record executive. Robinson is noted for being one of the primary figures associated with Motown Records, second only to the company's founder, Berry Gordy.

  459. Smokie Norful...
    The Official Website of Smokie Norful.

  460. Solange Knowles...
    Actress, R&B singer, songwriter, producer, model, and sister to Beyoncé Knowles.

  461. Solomon Burke...
    Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter. During the half-century that he has performed, he has drawn from his roots: gospel, soul, and blues, as well as developing his own style in a time when R&B, and rock were still in their infancy.

  462. Spyder Turner...
    Spyder Turners official website, bringing together all of the achievements over the past 30 years with the continuing success of today.

  463. Stacee Brown...
    Currently in the reformed band with sister Yashi Brown called "Geneva".

  464. Stephanie Edwards...
    The 11th-place finalist on 6th season of American Idol.

  465. Stephanie Mills...
    Grammy Award-winning R&B and soul singer, and a former Broadway star.

  466. Stephen Simmonds...
    Stephen Simmonds website.

  467. Stevie Wonder...
    Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer. A prominent figure in popular music during the latter half of the 20th century, Wonder has recorded more than thirty US top ten hits, won twenty-two Grammy Awards

  468. Suai Kee...
    A musician, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Detroit, Michigan.

  469. Sunshine Anderson...
    A African-America R&B singer. She was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

  470. Super Chikan...
    Blues musician based in Clarksdale, Mississippi.

  471. Suzette Charles...
    Singer and entertainer.

  472. Swamp Dogg...
    The Official Swamp Dogg Homepage.

  473. Sweet Angel...
    International Recording Artist, Sweet Angel, I Must Be Crazy, Another Man's Meat On My Plate, Right Street Wrong Way, Memphis TN, Blues, R&B, Soul, CD Baby, Southern Soul.

  474. Syleena Johnson...
    A Grammy nominated R&B singer/songwriter.

  475. Támar...
    R&B singer and former Prince protegée.

  476. Tamar Braxton...
    The youngest sister of R&B singer Toni Braxton and was a singer of the now defunct R&B group, The Braxtons.

  477. Tamika Love Jones...
    Tamika "Love" Jones. Born and raised in Washington, DC, the singer/songwriter Tamika Jones has finally come into her own.

  478. Tammi Terrell...
    Soul singer, most notable with her duets with Marvin Gaye.

  479. Tamyra Gray...
    Actress and singer, best known for her rise to fame as one of the finalists on the 1st season of the reality television program American Idol in 2002.

  480. Tank...
    R&B singer, songwriter, musician, and producer.

  481. Taral Hicks...
    R&B singer, songwriter.

  482. Teairra Marí...
    R&B singer, who is best known for her 2005 hits "Make Her Feel Good" and "No Daddy".

  483. Teddy Pendergrass...
    Affectionately known as "TP", or "Teddy Bear" is a soul singer.

  484. Teedra Moses...
    R&B singer and songwriter.

  485. T-Effect...
    Rapper, singer, producer, DJ and dancer.

  486. Teri Tobin...
    Teri Tobin's Debut CD "Love Infinity" is available at CD Baby, Amazon.

  487. Terrell Phillips...
    Formerly of R&B supergroup Blackstreet.

  488. Terry Cummings...
    The Official Website of Terry Cummings. Retired NBA Superstar, Terry Cummings has made a smooth transition from the NBA to the recording studio.

  489. Terry Ellis...
    R&B singer who after receiving a degree in marketing from Prairie View A & M University, joined En Vogue.

  490. Tevin Campbell...
    An R&B singer-songwriter.

  491. Teyana Taylor...
    The official website for singer Teyana Taylor.

  492. The Floacist...
    Together as Floetry, Natalie Stewart and Marsha Ambrosius burst on to the music scene in the mid-90s as coveted songwriters.

  493. Thelma Houston...
    R&B and Club/Dance singer-songwriter and actress.

  494. Tiffany Evans...
    an American singer and occasional actress.

  495. Timothy Bloom...
    Timothy Bloom official website.

  496. Tionne Watkins...
    R&B singer and lead singer of the group TLC.

  497. Todd Duncan...
    Was an American baritone opera singer and actor.

  498. Toni Braxton...
    R&B singer-songwriter and actress. Braxton has won six Grammy Awards and has sold over forty million records worldwide.

  499. Tony Williams...
    Was the lead singer for The Platters from 1953 to 1960.

  500. Towanda Braxton...
    A younger sister of R&B singer Toni Braxton and a singer of the now defunct R&B group, The Braxtons.

  501. T-Pain...
    Hip-Hop and R&B singer.

  502. Trenyce...
    Afinalist for the second season of American Idol in 2003, finishing in fifth place.

  503. Trey Lorenz...
    Singer and songwriter.

  504. Trey Songz...
    Contemporary R&B singer and songwriter.

  505. Truth Hurts...
    R&B singer.

  506. Tyrese...
    The Official Website of Tyrese.

  507. Tyrese Gibson...
    Often known simply as Tyrese or Black-Ty, is an American R&B and hip hop singer, songwriter, rapper, actor, and former fashion model and MTV VJ.

  508. Twinkie Clark...
    Detroit Gospel.com - Twinkie Clark.

  509. Unique Zayas...
    R&B singer.

  510. Unyque Dreamz ...
    Welcome to the Official Website of Unyque Dreamz. R&B, Neo-Soul, and Dance Songwriter & Recording Artist.

  511. Usher...
    Grammy Award winner, R&B/pop singer and actor who rose to fame in the mid-late 1990s.

  512. Valerie Carr...
    Born 1936 in New York City is an African-American singer.

  513. Val Watson...
    Former lead vocalist from the Grammy award winning group Club Nouveau, as she debuts her solo project Urbal.

  514. Vance Gilbert...
    Folk singer/songwriter, starting out as a jazz singer, then switching to folk music.

  515. Vanessa Bell Armstrong...
    An award-winning gospel singer.

  516. Vanessa L. Williams...
    Grammy Award-nominated and Tony Award-nominated American R&B/pop/theatrical singer and actress.

  517. Vel Omarr...
    Singer/song writer in the classic style of sweet soul music.

  518. Vicky Madelyn...
    Sensational gospel singer and songwriter Vicky Madelyn launches her new solo album packed with mixed sounds from Praise & Worship to contemporary sounds that will uplift your soul.

  519. Victor Simonson...
    Award-winning, multi-genre musician.

  520. Vinx...
    Vinx’s music transcends languages and borders. This is evident from his international touring schedule and cult-like popularity.

  521. Vivian Green...
    Official website for R&B singer Vivian Green.

  522. Vonzell Solomon...
    Singer and actress who was the third-place finisher in the fourth season of the television series American Idol.

  523. Wade O. Brown...
    Soul R&B singer, love-making songs.

  524. Wanda Perry-Josephs...
    Gospel music singer-songwriter.

  525. Wanya Morris...
    R&B singer, best known as a member of the R&B group Boyz II Men. Aside from Boyz II Men, Wanyá has his own record label, "The Company Entertainment."

  526. Whitney Houston...
    R&B singer who was known around the world.

  527. Will Downing...
    Smooth singer, Will Downing.

  528. William Franklin...
    Was considered a pioneer African American among the Chicago music scene.

  529. William Warfield...
    Concert baritone singer, was born in West Helena, Arkansas.

  530. Wilson Pickett...
    Former R&B/Rock and Roll and soul singer.

  531. Wondress Hutchinson...
    Electronic dance music and jazz fusion singer.

  532. Wyclef...
    The Official Website of Wyclef.

  533. Yashi Brown...
    Member of the talented Jackson family.

  534. Yavilah McCoy...
    A Jewish gospel singer and the founder of Ayecha.

  535. Yazarah...
    Yazarah is an American singer. She is commonly known by her stage name, Yahzarah or Purple St. James. Yahzarah rose to fame when she became a back-up singer for Erykah Badu in 2000.

  536. Ysaye Maria Barnwell...
    Vocalist with a range of over three octaves and appears on more than twenty-five recordings with Sweet Honey as well as other artists.

  537. Ziggy Marley...
    The Official Website of Ziggy Marley.

  538. Zola Taylor...
    The only female member of The Platters from 1954 to 1962.

  539. Z.Z. Hill...
    Blues singer, in the Soul blues tradition.

  540. 4IIC Entertainment...
    We are an R&B male vocal group (Pronounced "4-Two-C") bringing back that smooth harmony and "music made for grown folks" giving you music with a meaning.


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