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Part of a new wave of hood rnb singers 

 

young ty dolla tory lanez hybrid 

 

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Tracklist
01. New Wave
02. Set It Off Feat. Dej Loaf
03. Hot Girl
04. B.E.D
05. On It Feat. Birdman
06. Know You
07. Them Other Girls (Interlude)
08. Ready Feat. Birdman
09. 9 Feat. Kevin Gates & Young Scooter
10. Ex Games
11. Pandora
12. Bounce
13. R&B Nigga
14. Come Thru Feat. Rich Homie Quan
15. Like Baby
16. T Shirt & Panties Feat. Kirko Bangz
 

 

 

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This new gen of half singers are hard to catergorise tbh. Much like the new generation of half singing "rappers" 

Jacquees, PND, Bryson, Tory, 6lack etc...

Don't consider any of them as proper RnB. For example I wouldn't feel right comparing them to The Dream, Tank or Daniel Caesar. 

Feels like a totally separate Genre in itself. 

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27 minutes ago, TTK said:

This new gen of half singers are hard to catergorise tbh. Much like the new generation of half singing "rappers" 

Jacquees, PND, Bryson, Tory, 6lack etc...

Don't consider any of them as proper RnB. For example I wouldn't feel right comparing them to The Dream, Tank or Daniel Caesar. 

Feels like a totally separate Genre in itself. 

while u may have a valid point...fuck all that tbh lol

it's a generational ting, generally most millennials don't really care about artists who were the true kings & queens of rnb and equally most of the xennials don't rate current rnb artists that this generation highly rates apart from the likes of CB

gen x would probably feel the same about xennials taste in music and so on

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as for jacquees, when i've listend to him i just think rebore donell jones especially in that B.E.D track

 

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The king of the debate is almost is long. Seeing 4 different generations arguing with each other on the matter is embarrassing.

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