1960s R&B

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1960s R&B

The term rhythm and blues, R&B, was first used by Billboard in the late 1940s. R&B was a sound that evolved from African American blues and jazz. The lyrics of R&B were about everyday life: work, sex, and drinking.

1960s R&B

R&B Artists: 1960s

The Supremes: Baby Love

Jackson 5: I want you back

Ray Charles: I can't stop loving you

R&B has changed greatly ver the years. R&B music was predominatly for the Afrian American race. It was originally called "race music". As the number of artist in this genre grew, the style began to change.


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