The Top 5 R&B Groups of all Time

Instead of boring you with a long intro, we’re going to get right into the top 5 r&b groups of all time.

1) Boys II Men

The group is responsible for many hit songs such as “One Bended Knee”, “Four Seasons of Loneliness”, “I’ll Make Love to You”, “End of the Road”, “One Sweet Day”, “A Song for Mama” and a lot more. Their songs have been featured on numerous soundtracks for hit movies such as Soul Food, Lethal Weapon 3, How Stella Got her Groove Back, White Men Can’t Jump, Can’t Hardly Wait, The Prince of Egypt, House Part 2 and a lot more. You know a band is good when their songs are still on radio years after they were released. Their concerts featuring their old songs are also selling tickets to dedicated fans.

2) Destiny’s Child

Destiny’s Child is composed of Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles. They performed in the soundtracks for Men in Black, Big Momma’s House, Charlie’s Angels, Romeo Must Die, The Best Man and a lot more. Their hit songs are being repeatedly sung up to this day include “Independent Women”, “Survivor”, “Woman in Me”, “Say My Name”, “8 Days of Christmas”, “No No No”, “Bootylicious” and a lot more. They have won numerous awards including Grammys and MTV Music Awards. Beyonce and Kelly Rowland decided to start their single careers, and they have succeeded too. However, that does not mean the group is done as they have said they kept in touch and could always record another album together.

3) Earth, Wind & Fire

Earth, Wind & Fire has produced awesome R&B songs such as “Got to Get You in my Life”, “That’s the Way of the World”, “Keep Your Head to the Sky”, “Boogie Wonderland”, “I’ll Write A Song for You”, “Let’s 2001 Groove”, “Shining Star”, “Serpentine Fire” and a lot more. They have been featured in various soundtracks such as The Waterboy, Caddyshack and its sequel, Don’t Look Under the Bed, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Country Girl’s Hollywood Adventure and That’s the Way of the World. They have been around for decades, but they are still popular with today’s youth.

4) TLC

TLC is composed of Lisa Lopes, Rozonda Thomas and Tionne Watkins. They have come up with unforgettable songs “Unpretty”, “Waterfalls” and “No Scrubs”. They were heard on soundtracks for movies such as House Party 3, Home Alone 2, Waiting to Exhale, New York Undercover, Poetic Justice, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Soul Food, The 40-Year Old Virgin, Dark Blue, Cold Case, Losing Isaiah, We’re the Millers, Dancing with the Stars and a lot more. Sadly, Lopes died in a car crash in 2002 before completing her 2nd solo album. After that, they still decided to release their album “3D” while letting other producers in the mix. Up until this day, you can still hear their hit songs on the radio because of how addicting they are.

5) Blackstreet

“No Diggity” is one of the most popular R & B songs of all time and it came from Blackstreet. They are also responsible for “Boyfriend, Girlfriend” along with Janet Jackson and Ja Rule. “No Diggity” alone is featured on numerous soundtracks such as Soul Food, My Mad Fat Diary and My Brother. There is no doubt that single is still heard on the radio despite being released a couple of decades ago. Their other singles include “Take Me There”, “Love’s In Need of Love Today” and “Bootie Call”.