Now That's What I Call R&B CD
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Now That's What I Call R&B follows the time-honoured tradition of all Now albums by pulling together two CDs of the hugest chart hits from the biggest names in R&B and urban music. Featured artists include: Rihanna, Eminem, Dr Dre, Jason Derulo, LMFAO, Tinie Tempah, Bruno Mars, The Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, Mann, Dev, Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Scherzinger and more.
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Its actually quite laughable that the developers of this compilation have the nerve to title this "Now thats what i call R&B".
Whilst not all of it is going to be fondly remembered (Cover Drive's incredibly dodgy Lick Ya Down, and Dappy!) the compilation works well with a few gems here and there to be enjoyed when required. Therefore, whether it is Emeli Sande's Heaven, Aloe Blacc's I Need A Dollar, or Wretch 32's Don't Go, there is something worth revisiting down the line, when the music scenes changes out this 'urban' phase.
Now That's What I Call R&B is an entertaining compilation, and for those sceptical of these genre-based Now compilations, you may be surprised at how this compilation captured this urban pop music scene from the early 2010s, before Emeli Sande became a by-word for virtually any ceremony- happy days!