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112 for me. This was my jam freshman year of high school. I feel old now
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
Another great one...I was like 11 jamming this one
"Only You" is the debut single from R&B group 112 from their debut album of the same name. Both the original and the remix were released as singles. The remix features Mase and The Notorious B.I.G..
The song reached #1 on two of Billboard Magazine's charts; Hot Dance Singles Sales and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay. The song made its debut at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 on July 27, 1996. The song spent 39 weeks in the top 100, and peaked as high as number 13 in the countdown.
The song was performed when the band guest-starred in two episodes of the UPN Sitcom Moesha. It was also performed on a Season 3 1997 episode of Nickelodeon show All That
R&B music from the mid to late 90 into the early 2000's was the ish. Both of those songs were banger's back in the day. Miss those times, they were all around better.
Yeah definitely. I miss those times. Doin some reminiscing tonight lol
Late 80's early 90's were much better.
Maybe...before my time. Got love for B2M though. Poison is the jam too
Awwww man...forgot about this song. Good shit here
Music video by Next performing Too Close. (C) 1997 Arista Records, Inc.
When Bobby Brown & New Edition ruled the world. Also Guy, Ready for the world, Stevie B,
Al B. Sure. That was good stuff too. But I was like 10. Good stuff nonetheless.
Belle, Biv, Devoe now ya know.
2009, 2011, 2012 Champs
I wasn't born yet. But still good imo. Laid the groundwork for all the 80's & 90's R&B acts.
Neither was I
Put these boys on you're rarely taking a L.
Music video by Jodeci performing Freek'N You. (C) 1995 Geffen Records
What sanctions? Our 75 are better than your 85.
Its always wise to get in on the classics & see how your favorite acts got their inspiration.
Boyz II Men
K-Ci & JoJo
Huddles are for rookies.
I can't stop listening to The Weeknd.
Al B Sure was the man!Brian McKnight is a personal favorite of man and so was Joe.
Motown and the rest of soul from the 60's & 70's. Al Green and Otis Redding for start.
The legendary Al Green performs "Let's Stay Together" on Soul Train taken from episode 398. Footage licensed exclusively from Global ImageWorks. Additional talent and music clearances required.
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