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Great Albums Of 1996: R&B

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1996 R&B Albums:

Dru Hill: November 19th 1996
 Dru Hill debut album was something to remember, it debut in the fall of 1996, with lead single "Tell Me" at that time Dru Hill did not fit the format of the stand male group, they didn't wear the same outfits. They had their own unique style, and great vocal presentation and the world was introduce to an larger than personality Sisqo. Often times when it come to the great debates of best R&B artist and groups. Dru Hill gets over look. Well I salute these fellas, I had this on cassette first and once again another cassette that ended up warp. If you have never heard this album, do yourself a favor and check it out!

BlackStreet Another level: September 9th 1996

Toni Braxton, Secrets: June 18th 1996

Anthony Hamilton, XTC: October 29 1996

Monifah, Mood & Moments: March 26th 1996

Sunset Park SDTK: April 23 1996

702, No Doubt: October 8th 1996

TonyToniTone, House Of Music: November 18th 1996

Montell Jordan, More: August 27th 1996

Babyface, The Day: October 29th 1996

The Braxtons, So Many Ways: August 13th 1996


Case, Case: August 13th 1996

Tony Rich, Words: January 16th 1996

Az Yet, April 3oth 1996

Donell Jones, My Heart: June 4th 1996


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