Not too long ago, folks were wondering if R&B could ever make a comeback, and it's safe to say this year, there were more songs to go around from the club to the bedroom. The Boombox highlights the 10 Best R&B Songs of 2014.
From the cinematic stories that Tiara Thomas and Sam Smith create to the cautionary messages delivered by John Legend and August Alsina, the last 12 months have delivered incredible visuals that go beyond what we could imagine. Check out our picks for the Best R&B Videos of 2014.
Lil Wayne and Drake aren’t the only artists ‘Grindin'’ out here. R&B crooner August Alsina outlines his own trials and tribulations with his smoothed out remake of Weezy’s single. The singer travels to the forest for the accompanying video.
Meek Mill might still be in jail finishing out the rest of his sentence, but he isn't off the radar -- especially when it comes to his friends. The 'Amen' rapper called crooner August Alsina in order to send a message out there to the fans.
Stalley is a month away from dropping his long-awaited debut album, 'Ohio.' To give fans a taste of the project, he released a new song called 'One More Shot,' which features Maybach Music Group honcho Rick Ross and August Alsina.
August Alsina is still recuperating in the hospital after passing out while performing in New York last week. Although the R&B singer has a new song out called 'No Love,' he received plenty of love from his good friend and collaborator Nicki Minaj.
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