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


Anthony Hamilton – What I’m Feelin’

Sangin’ that pierces your soul is Anthony Hamilton’s specialty. On the soulful crooner’s fifth album What I’m Feelin‘, he explores a range of grown folks business. Yet, he knows that his melodic messages bear unique interpretation. “We all listen and hear what we hear differently. Share my experience—whatever it is. I’m talking about God, break-ups, make-ups and all that,” he says. Indeed it’s a sonic gumbo of blues, gospel and soul delivered with dedication.

Hamilton’s passion for life is undeniably what he’s feelin’. On the gritty, “Ain’t no Shame” he sings, “They say that life is for the living … I’m only here for the moment and I wanna try it all.” Other standouts include the honest “Walk in My Shoes,” the reverent “Grateful” and the old school infused title track. –Raquelle Harris

  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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