Ladies Night Out
Joe, Eric Benet, Tony Toni Tone & Jon B
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Joe is an accomplished vocalist of smooth and sultry R&B productions with occasional hip-hop beats, and his extensive background in gospel music has allowed him to produce his albums as well as sing on them.. The single "Don't Wanna Be a Player" hit the Top 40. While “All That I Am” went platinum, Joe remixed a duet by “Tina Turner”and “Barry White”, "Never in Your Dreams”. His five albums through the remainder of the decade, from “Better Days” through “Signature”, were solid. Each one reached the Top Ten of Billboard's R&B chart.
Eric Benét is a contemporary R&B singer with mild hip-hop and strong adult contemporary influences. With Songs like "Spend My Life with You" (featuring Tamia. The song went to number one on the Billboard R&B chart, was certified gold, and received a nomination for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group. Benét's popularity was on the rise, and “A Day in the Life” went platinum and earned a Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Album, Male.
Tony Toni Tone: Brothers Dwayne and Raphael Wiggins and cousin Timothy Christian have proven themselves durable guardians of the soul and funk tradition. This Oakland trio scored a number one R&B hit right out of the box in 1988 with "Little Walter”. As other LPs, "The Revival" in 1990 and "Sons of Soul” in 1993, have also been enormously successful. Tony! Toni! Toné! released their fourth album, House of Music, in the fall of 1996.
Jon B: Songwriter, producer, vocalist, and instrumentalist, Jon B brought a distinctive focus on smooth melodies to contemporary R&B. Also songwriter for other artists, like Maxi Priest, For Real, After 7, Spice Girls, Az Yet, and Toni Braxton. Including "Someone to Love," a duet with prime influence Babyface, and went gold. His second album, 1997's “Cool Relax”, continued the emphasis on hip-hop soul and featured two of his biggest singles in "They Don't Know" and the 2Pac-assisted "Are U Still Down." As a result, the set sold over a million copies