ESSENCE TV recently sat down with R&B crooner Anthony Hamilton to get the latest on his new album. Click through our gallery to see other soul singers and tell us who is your favorite.
Vintage R&B echoes through the songs of Musiq Soulchild.
Funky soulster Raphael Saadiq always delivers feel-good music inspired by The Temptations, Al Green, and The Four Tops.
Maxwell’s sultry falsetto has enchanted millions.
New-school crooner Raheem DeVaughn has gained a loyal fan base.
Eric Benét’s new album, “Love & Life,” speaks of happiness, maturity and love.
Chris Brown released his first album at age 16.
Trey Songz counts Smokey Robinson and Aretha Franklin amongst his influences.
Usher’s infectious sound and pop hooks have made him a megastar.
Chart-topper Ne-Yo is a talented songwriter and kinetic performer.
Robin Thicke has been an ear tickler and mind soother for the past few years.
Before his solo success, singer-songwriter The-Dream had heads nodding to Rihanna’s eh-eh-eh chant on “Umbrella,” which he wrote.
Mario won our hearts with his hit “Let Me Love You.”
Velvet-voiced balladeer Jaheim’s soulful melodies are reminiscent of the seventies.
John Legend’s husky vibrato woos the ladies.
Gritty voiced soul man Lyfe Jennings is a favorite on R&B radio.
Women have fallen in love with Brian McKnight’s sweet sound.
Lloyd’s chart-topper “Get It Shawty” is a sure party starter.