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Sep 24, 2008 ezstreet Uncategorized 0
In the October issue of VIBE magazine, on newsstands now, Sean Fennessey discusses how R&B, once known for its profane nature, has become overrun with ‘wussies’, as he put it. while there have always been gentle romancers in the R&B game, Fennessey contends that the number of tender lovers has far outnumbered the raunchy artists that the genre is known for. An excerpt from the article:
R&B has long enjoyed a reputation as music’s den of iniquity, but now feels as if it had begun to recoil…..At first, the new millennium seemed as filthy as the decade prior. But now R&B is shrinking in message and mode, becoming bashful instead of brash.
Do you agree that R&B’s gone limp?
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