The Unforgettable Throwbacks You’ll Hear When RnB Fridays Live Returns
RnB Fridays Live is back for another round of international RnB royalty!
Packed into 6 massive hours will be all your favourite tunes from Craig David, Ne-Yo, Sean Paul, Kelly Rowland, Kelis, En Vogue, Mario, Christina Millian and more. With these unmissable shows coming up in October, we take a look at some unforgettable party anthems from the ’90s to now.
British superstar Craig David has sold over 8 million albums worldwide, with his distinctive style of soulful, reflective grooves. The classic videos below both feature a radio presenter introducing David’s tunes in the background. Classic.
Master of seduction, sadness and heartbreak tunes, Ne-Yo is no stranger to massive hits. The heavyweight songwriter also collaborates with other legends such as ScHoolboy Q, Calvin Harris and Wiz Khalifa to produce sexy tracks decorated with his sweet voice.
Grammy Award winning, Jamaican native Sean Paul has a whole swag of steamy tunes up his sleeve. Known for singing hypnotically rhythmic vocals in his own indecipherable English, it may be a struggle to sing along but just try not to dance!
Rnb queen Kelly Rowland started out in legendary girl-group Destiny’s Child before launching her own impressive solo career and now coaching new talent on The Voice Aus. Watch her slay in these throw-backs.
She brought the boys to the yard but she didn’t let them trick her. Has anyone made party tunes with more sass than Kelis? Time to practice your milkshake making!
The fierce women of En Vogue bring funky hits with angelic harmonies and a whole heap of soul. Selling over 20 million records worldwide, the super successful group create powerful anthems with attitude.
Rnb sweetheart Mario crafts some fine tunes about unrequited love and being cast in the friendzone. King of the dancefloor, his smooth tunes are perfect for a soulful groove, moment of contemplation or a sneaky crying sesh.
Christina Milian’s pumping tunes are ridiculously catchy and cool, but you can’t look past her style. The rnb princess rocked some of the naughties’ most iconic outfits, including thigh-high silver boots with a denim bodysuit and jeans. Don’t forget your sunnies and hoop earrings!