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


NAO – For All We Know

This year brought English singer/songwriter and producer NAO plenty of well-deserved attention due to the release of her debut album For All We Know. Described as “wonky funk” by the emerging star herself, NAO’s album seamlessly merges together funk, R&B, soul and electronic elements that are refreshing to hear in this era of heavily hip-hop influenced R&B music. With songs like “Bad Blood,” “Girlfriend,” and “Inhale Exhale,” the singer’s silky smooth vocals make you feel every emotion while simultaneously making you want to dance like no one’s watching. If you don’t smile while listening to this album, you’re not living life right because NAO proves that if anything, what she’s best at is making music that makes people feel good. –Jamila Wright

  1. Deal 7 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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