One of two members of the South Korean R&B duo GB9 that made their debut with an album titled Going Crazy.
Singer who is beloved by her fans for combing soul, hip-hop and R&B styles. Her most popular tracks include "Espagna," "Yema" and "Ca va Aller."
Otherwise know as DJ Decks, he is a member of the long-running hip-hop group Slums Attack. The group, which debuted in the 1990s, enjoyed massive success during the 2000s.
R&B Singer who is best known for being a Promi Big Brother Finalist in 2018. He has a popular Instagram feed featuring lifestyle and music-related photos.
Professionally known as Falstar or Aveon Falstar, he is an international recording artist and corporate wedding entertainer who went viral after posting a video of himself singing a <a title='Brian McKnight' href='/famous/brian-mcknight.htm'>Brian McKnight</a> song. He later went by the stage name of P.M., which stands for Powerful Man.
R&B singer remembered for a Billboard chart-topping hit entitled "Mother-in-Law." His other popular songs include "Te-Ta-Te-Ta-Ta" and "Later for Tomorrow."
Famous for his membership in the R&B group Ray, Goodman & Brown, he recorded several hits with the trio, including "Look at Me (I'm in Love)," "Sexy Mama," and "Love on a Two-Way Street."
One of the top thirteen contestants in the tenth season of the reality talent competition American Idol, Jones went on to contribute to tracks by rappers <a title='Big K.R.I.T.' href='/famous/big-k.r.i.t..htm'>Big K.R.I.T.</a> and Lecrae.
Member of the R&B group Vibe that had earned six Mnet Asian Music Award nominations between the years 2004 and 2010.
Pianist and keyboardist who became a founding member of the R&B band, Mint Condition. His band's hit "U Send Me Swingin" peaked at number two on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart for four weeks straight in 1994.
Contemporary R&B singer and songwriter who rose to fame as a member of the trio Next. The group's debut studio album Rated Next went double platinum and earned an American Music Award nomination.
Guitarist who became a founding member of the R&B band, Mint Condition. They're known for chart-topping hits such as "Breakin' My Heart and "What Kind of Man Would I Be."
R&B singer/songwriter who rose to fame as a member of the group All-4-One. With the group, he is predominantly known for the 1994 singles "I Swear" and "So Much In Love."
Singer and producer who is responsible for hit R&B ballads like "You Deserve the Best," "Season Change" and "Phayarn." Additionally, he is the co-founder of the record labels Love Is and Bakery Music.
Rhythm and blues singer/songwriter who is best known for her work with the South Korean group Urban Zakapa. With the group, she was nominated for the Song of the Year award at the 2012 Mnet Asian Music Awards.
American R&B singer and music producer who has worked on songs by artists such as <a title='Zendaya' href='/famous/zendaya-coleman.htm'>Zendaya</a> and <a title='Ludacris' href='/famous/ludacris.htm'>Ludacris</a>. He produced the song "Blood on My Hands" by <a title='Chris Brown' href='/famous/chris-brown.htm'>Chris Brown</a>.
American R&B star who rose to fame by appearing on the TV show Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. He is known for releasing songs such as "Throw This Money", "Touch Your Body", and "Make It Pop". He is also known for the 2013 album The Beginning.
R&B singer and songwriter who is known for his debut single "Faded," released on December 1, 2013. He posted the song to his eponymous SoundCloud account, where he often posts self-produced singles.
Member of the singing group Linkin' Bridge that would finish in the top 10 on the 11th season of NBC's reality competition series America's Got Talent.
Ohio-born R&B singer known as the leader of Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame and for solo albums like 1985's Dancin' in the Key of Life. He made a comeback in 2013 with the <a title='Dam Funk' href='/famous/dam-funk.htm'>Dam Funk</a> collaborative album Higher.
Singer and bassist who rose to fame as a member of the R&B band, Mint Condition. They're popular for hits such as "Breakin' My Heart and "What Kind of Man Would I Be."
R&B singer who appeared on the fifth season of America's Got Talent. She also won over $20,000 on a Fox network talent show called 30 Seconds To Fame.