23 R&B Songs From the ’90s You’ll Be Thankful To Remember


“Pushin’ Inside of You” — Sons of Funk (1997) 

If you’re not familiar with Sons of Funk, do you really know the No Limit roster? Releasing one album together, the project unfortunately didn’t do as well as other artists signed to the label at that time. That’s exactly why we should be thankful for “Pushin’ Inside of You.”

“Foolin’ Around” — Changing Faces (1994)

Written by R. Kelly, “Foolin’ Around” served as the second single to the self-titled debut album from R&B duo Changing Faces. While there were more successful singles than this one, we still have to show our appreciation for this gem.

“How Can I Ease The Pain” — Lisa Fishcer (1991) 

Although Lisa Fischer won a Grammy for her hit single “How Can I Ease The Pain,” if you happened to forget about it, we’re here to revive it for you. An absolute applause worthy track and vocally impressive performance, this is definitely one that gets our thanks this year.

“If I Had You” — Frankie (1997)

Releasing his debut album at the age of 19 through Chucky Thompson’s Epic Records imprint, Chucklife, Frankie delivered his one and only album, My Heart Belongs To You. While three singles were released to promote the album, the lead — “If I Had You” — was the only to chart. Here’s to hoping Frankie comes out of hiding one day.

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