The 20 most underrated R&B albums of all time

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No. 3 Groove Theory (1995) by Groove Theory

Released at a time when R&B was dominated by studio-driven vocal groups, the debut from Bryce Wilson and Amel Larrieux emphasized personalized songwriting and hearkened back to classic 70s soul. But it’s laid-back, hip-hop influenced production, pointed towards the future and provided a touchstone for a burgeoning movement.


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