The 1st Annual Boombox Fan Choice Awards have arrived, which means it's time to make your vote count. 2013 was a crazy year for music; one of the best R&B songs was made by a hip-hop artist, comebacks happened with very few false alarms (no shade to D’Angelo or anything) and some surefire stars made their debut. There can only be one winner for R&B Song of the Year and the choice is by no means an easy one.
The premise of 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' revolves around Ron Burgundy and company attempting to acclimate themselves into the 24/7 news cycle. This is a solid backdrop for some past-present collaborations, like Burgundy's collaboration with new age suave symbol Robin Thicke on a cover of 'Ride Like the Wind.'
With hundreds of R&B radio-ready tunes that surfaced throughout the year, there was a select few that found their way to the top of the charts -- survival of the fittest doesn't just exist with people.
R&B didn't disappoint this year. Justin Timberlake returned from a seven-year hiatus to deliver a satisfying mix of soulful tunes and dance floor-ready songs, Ciara put out her best record to date and Janelle Monae electrified listeners with her daz
Robin Thicke is getting hit from all sides by the Marvin Gaye family over his ubiquitous 2013 hit, 'Blurred Lines.' The R&B crooner has been slapped with another countersuit over the song -- this time from Gaye’s oldest son.
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