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


Tweet – Charlene

Tweet’s re-arrival onto the music scene was one well needed and even more appreciated. Noted as her third major release, the veteran songstress made R&B lovers remember just why we needed both her voice and wordplay back for the long haul. Stacked with the ability to still connect with those who grew up on her music as well as those just being introduced, Tweet’s release of Charlene in Q1 of 2016 was the sweet sounding savior that R&B needed. –Ni’Kesia Pannell

  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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