Throwback Thursdays…Teddy Pendergrass: Close The Door (Video)

The late 1970s R&B and Soul belonged to Teddy Pendergrass. After a successful run with Harold & The Blue Notes (a run that is rumored to ended due to Melvin’s alleged ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday…Intro: Come Inside

In 1993, a trio of young male singers from Brooklyn with a lot of Soul vaulted onto the music scene with a monster ballad simply titled, Come Inside. The song rocketed up the charts ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursdays…OutKast: So Fresh, So Clean

Here’s a throwback from the biggest rap duo ever: Outkast,the Atlanta-born and bred twosome of Andre “3000” Benjamin and Antwan “Big Boi” Patton. The ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursdays…Mary J. Blige: You Remind Me

It’s hard to believe Mary J. Blige dropped the blockbuster What’s The 411? album more than 25 years ago, in July 1992. Mary J. Blige rocketed onto the scene with a trendsetting ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursdays…Jodeci: Cry For You

Chart-topping, legendary group Jodeci took the world by storm in 1991 when they dropped their monster debut album, Forever My Lady. The group became instant hit-makers and trendsetters, ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday…Nobody…Keith Sweat Feat. Athena Cage

1994. Can you believe its been more than 20 years since Keith Sweat and Kut Klose lead singer Athena Cage took this track to the top of the R&B charts? Get into this classic and ... Continue Reading →