“Don’t want no young dumb s***…better f*** me like we listenin’ to Jodeci.”
Bruno Mars first hinted that the 90s Slow Jams sound was coming back, last year, with the release of his 90s-esque panty-dropper, “Versace on the Floor.” Others soon followed, like Ella Mai with “Boo’d Up.” Much of Gen Z were now being exposed to the sounds of the Slow Jams they were conceived by.
And in 2019, when Cardi B does a collabo with Bruno–one that sounds like a remake straight out of a Guy album–it’s safe to say that the 90s are back and here to stay, at least for a little while.
Enjoy the latest incarnation of the 90s here, a sexy, adult-themed, bump-n-grind anthem called “Please Me,“ from two of today’s hottest pop stars. CAUTION: Language.
R Dub!, host and creator of the internationally syndicated Sunday Night Slow Jams said, “I’ve been waiting for this moment for the past 20 years!”
The radio host plays 90s Slow Jams on his Throwback version of Sunday Night Slow Jams.
“It was the best era for R&B and Slow Jams, and I knew, one day, the cycle would return. Slow Jams—real Slow Jams–are back in current, Pop music!”
R Dub! also hosts Rhythmic, Top 40, and Hot AC versions of his Sunday Night Slow Jams on over 170 radio stations in 14 countries. He owns the trademark “Slow Jams.”
Original article source: https://slowjams.com/news/its-official-the-90s-slow-jams-sound-is-back/ | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council