ThisisRnB Presents: The 20 Best R&B Albums of 2016


K. Michelle – More Issues Than Vogue

After nabbing a spot on both our 2013 and 2014 lists for Rebellious Soul and Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart? respectively, K. Michelle’s third album, More Issues Than Vogue, follows in close for 2016. Locking down another successful year filled with tours, positive album sales and a renewed season of her hit VH1 show, “K. Michelle: My Life,” the continued reign of Kimberly Michelle Pate is one that can be hated, but won’t be contested. Filled with lyrical sassiness, realistic heartbreak, and sounds for your late night rendezvous, tracks like “Got Em Like,” “Ain’t You,” “Nightstand,” and “Rich” secured the album under the “press play” category for 2016. –Ni’Kesia Pannell

  1. Deal 8 years ago

    Yuna album was the best if you ask me!

  2. bbygirl_brighteyes 7 years ago

    Most overrated album… Rihanna. To me, it sounded like an unfinished project. Also, I don’t remember one song off of the Blonde album.

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