ThisisRnB Presents: The Top 20 R&B Albums of 2014

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K. Michelle Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart

#11. K. Michelle – ‘Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart’

With an exceptional year under her belt, there’s no way that anyone can deny K. Michelle’s reign in R&B. Aside from having a successful solo reality show on VH1, the talented songstress added having her second number one album to her growing list of accomplishments. K’s sophomore album Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart has been dominating the charts and hearts of many R&B lovers across the globe.

While we all know K. Michelle is most known for being very transparent and outspoken, she reiterated that fact with this album. Proving that she isn’t afraid to be vulnerable in everything that she does, the singer made it known that her life is an open book for her fans to read. Revealing that majority of the album was about her former beau, actor Idris Elba, Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart took K to a different place – vocally and creatively – that fans were not expecting.

Getting everyone shifting in their seats with her alternative single “Love ‘Em All,” the real attention was drawn to the album when she released the heartfelt single, “Maybe I Should Call.” Following up with the old school feel of “Going Under,” K. Michelle was already working her way onto our list before the album even dropped. The confirmation though, was when the full album displayed an attention-grabbing collaboration of sounds and lyrics produced by the singer and her noteworthy team.

While the aforementioned singles were all great in their own right, it was “Cry” that put the final nail in the coffin. Set against a heartbreaking beat and filled with lyrics that will make you do just as the song suggests, K’s ability to make you feel every emotion she pours out through her lyrics is her strongest gift. – K.P.

 

 

10 Comments
  1. Whatever. 5 years ago

    uhm where is Guy Sebastian? Pretty crappy top 20 tbh.

  2. Worst top 20 ever. 5 years ago

    where my man Joe at? Bridges was dope!!

  3. rd1981 5 years ago

    I liked Mariah’s album as well. I’m still shocked that not to many people got to hear it. Dave Hollister and Johnny Gill and Dave Hollister’s albums were also pretty decent.

  4. mon88 5 years ago

    D’Angelo definitely had my favorite album last year.

    Chris Brown & August Alsina had some good albums too but that’s about it. I hope Badu and Soulchild come with some heat this year.

  5. bettie 5 years ago

    TINASHE

  6. Gremlin 5 years ago

    JMSN had the best R&B album of the year.

  7. Quezin 5 years ago

    R. Kelly had the best R&B album of 2014. #BlackPanties

  8. Kristopher Webb 5 years ago

    Glad to see Rochelle Jordan on the list. Her album was so good! Tinashe definitely deserved to be in the top 5 as well. Another great album!

  9. TUG 5 years ago

    Sorry But SexPlayList is the thing Omarion did.

  10. filip 5 years ago

    what about keyshia cole – point of no return and ashanti – braveheart?

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