#1
I can't find many discussions on R&B, and it's all I listen to really. Akon, T-Pain, Ne-Yo, Jordin Sparks, Chris Brown, Justin Timberlake, etc.

I got Ne-Yo's 'Year of the Gentleman' a couple of days, and it is so good. I was worried that the singles were going to be the only tracks, but I was very pleasantly suprised.

Looking forward to the new Akon album in 2009.

So, anybody listen to really mainstream music like I do?
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#2
Go back to the metal forum, idiot.

Virtually every song on this album has acoustic guitar in it. And this thread has nothing to do with rap.
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well this is Ultimate Guitar, have you ever tried playing guitar to a hip hop song?
is there like a rap.com or something that you can go to for these discussions?


SFTU biggot. Just because it doesn't necessarily have guitar, doesn't mean it can't be discussed on a guitar forum.

I listen to a couple of contemporary soul/R&B artists like Duffy, Nelly Furtado and Amy Winehouse. I much prefer it to most contemporary 'Rock' bands.
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#4
Yeah, I love all of them. Have you got both Amy Winehouse albums?
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#5
Yeah, I think I prefer her first (Frank) to be honest. It just seemed more original at the time, before the huge influx of similar artists and copycats came along.
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#7
yeah not much of a fan of those particular artists, but check out Anthony Hamilton he has a classic vibe to his stuff, and i really like it.
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Yeah, I think I prefer her first (Frank) to be honest. It just seemed more original at the time, before the huge influx of similar artists and copycats came along.


Yeah, Frank is a great album. That cover of 'moody's mood for love' is just wow.

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yeah not much of a fan of those particular artists, but check out Anthony Hamilton he has a classic vibe to his stuff, and i really like it.

Thanks, will do. I've got one song by him and Twista, I'll get some more.
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