Underrated Gems of 2004

25 Underrated R&B Gems Of 2004


“Feels So Right” – Lloyd

Hot and heavy is an understatement for this Lloyd track. “Feels So Right” is a sensuous song, and a fan favorite from his debut studio album “Southside.”


“Make it Alright” – Carl Thomas

This popular Carl Thomas track never reached its full potential. The Grammy-nominated artist confidently sings “for every time he didn’t tell you the truth/ one lie after lie / I’m gonna make it all, make it all, make it alright.”


“T-Shirt” – Destiny’s Child

On this sultry, seductive song, Destiny’s Child serenades about sleeping in your T-shirt after a steamy night or when you aren’t around. It’s a grown and sexy track that could’ve definitely blown up as a single.


“Couldn’t Say No” – Mario

“Couldn’t Say No” appears on Mario’s second studio album along with the smash hit “Let Me Love You,” his most successful song. So, it’s easy to see how other songs could fall through the cracks. The tracks kicks off with a sweet piano melody, and turns up with a catchy bass line.


“Lookin’ At You” – Ciara

The beat, created by Atlanta power producer Jazze Pha, has that bounce and flute sound reminiscent of any early-2000s song. This “Jazze Phizzle Productshizzle” could’ve easily been a popular radio bop.

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