23 R&B Songs From the ’90s You’ll Be Thankful To Remember


“G.H.E.T.T.O.U.T.” — Changing Faces (1997) 

Equipped with production from hitmaker R. Kelly, R&B duo Changing Faces had the recipe to success from the start of their career in 1993. Found on their 1997 sophomore album, “G.H.E.T.T.O.U.T.” became the biggest hit for the group during their seven years together.

“With You” — Tony Terry (1991)

If Tony Terry’s “With You” wasn’t on your late night get right playlist prior to today, you can go ahead and thank us for bringing it back to your memory.

“I’m Dreamin'” — Christopher Williams (1991) 

Released in 1991 as a feature on the soundtrack to cult classic film New Jack City, “I’m Dreamin'” by Christopher Williams became an instant hit. So much so that it became his highest charting song to date and the only single to peak at the top slot of the Billboard chart.

“Body Bumpin’ (Yippie-Yi-Yo)” – Public Announcement (1998)

Though Public Announcement’s debut album featured R. Kelly, their sophomore album, All Work, No Play, excluded him. That didn’t, however, prevent them from delivering a hit. The album’s lead single, “Body Bumpin’ (Yippie-Yi-Yo),” charted at number five and gave us a comical, yet addictive dance to go along with it.

“Ask of You” — Raphael Saadiq (1995)

Found on the Higher Learning soundtrack, “Ask of You” became Raphael Saadiq’s highest charting solo single. If you ask us though, anything he gives us is enough to be thankful for.

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