Sometimes the best new R&B can be hard to find, but there are plenty of great rhythm and blues tunes to get into if you have the time to sift through the hundreds of newly released songs every week. So that R&B heads can focus on listening to what they really love in its true form, we’ll be offering a digest of the best new R&B songs that fans should hear.
This week, TeaMarrr released her new song “Specific” with Duckwrth, Anthony Hamilton offered a new one with the assistance of Jermaine Dupri and Bren Joy‘s deluxe version of Twenites made it’s way to DSPs.
TeaMarrr — “Specific” Feat. Duckwrth
On TeaMarrr‘s latest release “Specific,” she tapped in with Duckwrth for the song and it’s a perfect match. “Specific” is the first single release off the Raedio singer’s forthcoming project.
Anthony Hamilton — “You Made A Fool Of Me”
Anthony Hamilton shared his new track “You Made A Fool Of Me,” with the help of Jermaine Dupri as he gears up for his next album. The song is reflective of a time when a woman betrayed Hamilton’s love by sneaking around with another man and every word is sung with depth and soul.
Bren Joy — Twenties (Deluxe)
Nashville singer Bren Joy kicked things up a notch this week with the deluxe version of Twenties. The Nashville talent recently held a YouTube live stream where he intimatley performed songs off the release at the city’s Brooklyn Bowl in preparation of his Bonnaroo performance this fall.
Inayah — “What Are We”
Inayah is questioning her friends with benefits status with her soulful single “What Are We,” and it’s accompanied by a nostalgic music video. “What Are We” is the follow-up to her first release of 2021, “Fallin” back in February.
Njomza — “Winter In Atlanta” Feat. Russ
Talented singer-songwriter Njomza’s forthcoming EP LIMBO was recently announced with a release date of June 18 and “Winter In Atlanta” featuring multi-platinum artist Russ is a first taste of what’s to come.
Emanuel — “Worldwide”
Motown‘s Emanuel has a new single, “Worldwide,” and it’s is a manifestation song. The R&B singer describes creating the song naturally in his basement. “During that time, we were really dreaming out loud in the way that we would talk about our futures and in the way that we were trying to summon this grand reality,” he revealed in a statement. “This song was really born from the deep want to take the music to the world.”
Some artists covered here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.