United States rhythm and blues singer stubs

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  1. Bria Valente

    Bria Valente


    Bria Valente (born Brenda Fuentes) is an American singer. A protégée of Prince, Valente released her debut album, Elixer, as part of a three-album set with Prince's LOtUSFLOW3R and MPLSoUND on March 29, 2009. The collection debuted at #2 on the top Billboard albums chart.

  2. Sam Watters

    Sam Watters


    Samuel Joshua "Sam" Watters is an American songwriter, record producer, singer, and record executive. Watters was a member of the multi-platinum selling 1990’s R&B group Color Me Badd and co-authored many of their hits including “I Wanna Sex You Up”, “I Adore Mi Amor”, and “All 4 Love”. Watters has also written and produced songs for Grammy winning and nominated artists such as American Idol winners Fantasia, Kelly Clarkson and Jordin Sparks, and other superstars such as Whitney Houston, Leona Lewis, and Anastacia. Watters is a member of the production/songwriting team The Runaways including fellow hitmakers Rico Love, Wayne Wilkins, Ryan Tedder, and Louis Biancaniello. Watters has formed his own record label, London Police, along with production partner Louis Biancaniello, and develops new artists. Watters is managed by Darren Gilmore of Watchdog Management.

  3. Marlena Shaw

    Marlena Shaw


    Marlena Shaw (born Marlina Burgess, September 22, 1942, New Rochelle, New York, United States) is an American singer. Shaw began her singing career in the 1960s and is still singing today. Her music has often been sampled in hip hop music, and used in television commercials.

  4. Chuck Willis

    Chuck Willis


    Harold "Chuck" Willis (January 31, 1928 – April 10, 1958) was an American blues, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll singer and songwriter. His biggest hits, "C. C. Rider" (1957) and "What Am I Living For" (1958), both reached No.1 on the Billboard R&B chart. He was known as The King of the Stroll for his performance of the 1950s dance the stroll.

  5. Little Willie John

    Little Willie John


    William Edward John (November 15, 1937 - May 26, 1968), better known by his stage name Little Willie John (sometimes abbreviated LWJ), was an American Rock and Roll, and R&B singer who performed in the 1950s and early 1960s. He is best known for his popular music chart successes with songs such as, "All Around the World" (1955), "Need Your Love So Bad" (1956) and "Fever" the same year, the latter covered in 1958 by Peggy Lee. An important figure in early R&B music, Little Willie John was a 1996 Inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

  6. Cindy Herron

    Cindy Herron


    Cynthia Ann "Cindy" Herron (born September 26, 1961) is an American singer and actress, who is best known as a founding member of the quartet En Vogue.

  7. Sugar Pie DeSanto

    Sugar Pie DeSanto


    Sugar Pie DeSanto (born Umpeylia Marsema Balinton, October 16, 1935, Brooklyn, New York, United States) is a Filipino-American rhythm and blues singer of the 1950s and 1960s.

  8. Dionne Farris

    Dionne Farris


    Dionne Yvette Farris (born December 4, 1968) is an American, singer, songwriter, producer and actress. Born and raised in New Jersey, she began singing in elementary school and competed in pageants as a teenager. She rose to fame in the early 1990s as the vocalist on hip hop group Arrested Development (1992) hit singles “Tennessee” & "People Everyday".

  9. Frankie Ford

    Frankie Ford


    Frankie Ford (born August 4, 1939) is an American rock and roll and rhythm and blues singer.

  10. Rhona Bennett

    Rhona Bennett


    Rhona Bennett (born May 10, 1976), also known as Miss R&B, is an American singer, actress and model, best known for her recurring role as Nicole on The Jamie Foxx Show. She joined American contemporary R&B group En Vogue in 2003 until August 2008, after which she embarked on solo singing career. Bennett started out doing voice overs and industrial films, before moving into professional theatre and television. Before joining the cast of The Jamie Foxx Show, Rhona was a cast member of the Disney Channel's variety show The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.

  11. Benny Spellman

    Benny Spellman


    Benny Spellman (December 11, 1931 – June 3, 2011) was an American R&B singer, best known for his 1961 hits "Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette)," and the original version of "Fortune Teller", written by Allen Toussaint (as Naomi Neville).

  12. Byron Stingily

    Byron Stingily


    Byron Stingily is an African American R&B and house-music singer born in Chicago, Illinois, known for his falsetto voice. He is now a principal at a school in Chicago.

  13. Don Bryant

    Don Bryant


    Don Bryant (born April 4, 1942, Memphis, Tennessee, United States) is an American singer and songwriter.

  14. Dajae



    Dajae (pronounced /ˈdɑː.ʒ/) is the stage name of Karen Gordon, a female R&B and dance music singer born in Chicago, Illinois. She sang in various soul bands for over a decade prior to joining house-music producer Cajmere. The duo released several hit singles, including "Brighter Days",which peaked at number two for two weeks, on the American dance chart. "Time", "U Got Me Up" and "Is It All over My Face". The album Higher Power followed in 1994. In 1996, her hit "Day by Day" hit #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.

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