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Stations Spotlight: 90’s R&B
The ‘90s may be the last decade when R&B, not hip-hop, was the dominant force in black music. Innovation abounded, with New Jack Swing giving way to neo-soul as well as further experiments with studio technology’s fast-moving innovations. R&B crossover was a matter of course on the pop charts; there, ballads like Whitney Houston’s blockbuster “I Will Always Love You” and the stirring Boyz II Men-Mariah Carey team-up “One Sweet Day” had months-long reigns at No. 1, while upbeat tracks like Blackstreet’s swaggering “No Diggity” and Janet Jackson’s peppy “Together Again” also reached the summit.
Artists from every echelon and subgenre seemed to be laser-focused on honing and upping their game: ‘80s titans like Jackson and her brother Michael incorporated of-the-moment ideas into their platinum-plated ‘90s work; early-decade upstarts like Mariah Carey and TLC blossomed into megastars, forcing pop listeners to keep up their ever-evolving visions for the genre; and new acts like Maxwell and Lauryn Hill emerged in constant states of evolution, redrawing R&B’s boundaries so that the genre encompassed ever-greater territory. These 30 highlights from the decade collect some of R&B’s highest points.
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