Sunshine Anderson is a R&B artist who came out in the early millennium. Her biggest hit was "Heard it All Before". One of my favorite songs by her to this day. Shes had other hits like "Lunch or Dinner", "Force of Nature", "Wear the Crown", and"Something I Wanna Give You"
Personally Heard it All Before was the only song I can remember Sunshine Anderson coming out with that was a big hit. I know she collaborated with a lot of artists like Anthony Hamilton and others like him but honestly I didn't think she was still doing music. I hadn't heard anything strong from since her first album. But if she does do the show I'd be really glad because Sunshine Anderson can really sing.
Adina Howard was a mid 90s R&B artist is best known for her sexualized image and provocative songs. Her biggest hit was "Freak Like Me". It peaked at number 2 on the US and US R&B charts, it stayed there for quite some time too. My father loved this song it was played on the radio all the time and he had the edited version because he didn't want us listening to the very provocative lyrics. After that she had some singles that were ok on the charts singles like "What's Love Got to Do with It (with Warren G)", "It's All About You", "My Up and Down", "Chocolate (Cuties & Condoms)", and "(Freak) And U Know It".
In 2011 Adina Howard got married and began living a totally different life. I'm sure she hasn't changed much though.
I liked Adina Howard but she was ahead of her time. She was like the Millie Jackson of the 90s. Very raw, very raunchy and sexually charged. Hope she's on the show.
I liked Tweet and I thought she was going to be big but for some reason she wasn't being pushed. I hope she does get back in the studio and adds some diversity to this music scene. When you have a variety of artists to choose from it makes music more interesting. So I hope Tweet signs up for this show and gets it!
Blu Cantrell was famous for her songs "Hit Em Up Style (Oops)" and "Breathe". "Hit Em Up
I like this selection. Kind of wish they would've done New York before LA. I just don't like LA. Michel'le's voice annoys the hell out of me. But she can sing beautifully, I was floored to realize that she sounds like that. I wonder was that how she sounded as a child as well or did she mess up her voice and she's stuck sounding like that for the rest of her life. Then Lil Mo, something about her just rubs me the wrong way. And Kelly Price has a dogmatic personality very bullish and controlling. But anyway the lineup for R&B Divas New York is pretty strong. Stronger than LA but I have some possible prospects for you beyond what's been put on the table. Once I put out mine you guys tell me who do you want to see on R&B Divas New York!
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Although at least 1 of the members in each group 702 and Blaque (Natina Reed and Orish Grinstead R.I.P.) have passed, anyone of these ladies would be excellent candidates for the show. But my only issue is the concept. What would be the concept? Are they colleagues working on separate projects? Or is the concept the same as the others: 1 person is looking for other R&B singers to sing for a tribute, showcase, album or something. Its something where one of them has a project they are putting together and then they are trying work together on it. That concept is passe.
Make sure that these ladies know each other and have worked together might even be friends. Make it as real as possible.
What do y'all think? Do you have some candidates they should consider? Did I miss someone?
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