R&B Love Songs That'll Make You Want to Fall in Love Again and Again

Rhythm and blues love songs
The R&B movement is said to have started in the early 1940s. Of course, although the sound has changed quite a bit over the years, the feel of the music is still the same.
R&B is often said to be an umbrella term for various genres of music which include blues music, jazz music, gospel music, soul music and more recently a bit of rap as well. It is, along with rap, gospel and hip hop, one of the genres of music pioneered by the African-American communities. The old love songs were slower while the newer lot tend to be faster.
Greatest R&B Love Songs
love songs
♬ Endless Love
(Lionel Richie and Diana Ross)

♬ I'll Make Love To You
(Boyz II Men)

♬ I Will Always Love You
(Whitney Houston)

♬ Where Do Broken Hearts Go
(Whitney Houston)

♬ Love Takes Time
(Mariah Carey)
love songs
♬ The One I Gave My Heart To
(Aaliyah)

♬ Every time I Close My Eyes
(Babyface and Mariah Carey)

♬ Crazy In Love
(Beyonce and Jay-Z)

♬ Put It In a Love Song
(Alicia Keys)

♬ If I Give All My Love to You
(Keith Sweat)
love songs
♬ I Don't Wanna Do Anything
(Mary J. Blige & K-Ci Hailey)

♬ Angel Of Mine
(Monica)

♬ I Care About You
(Milestone)

♬ I Can't Stop Loving You
(Kem)

♬ You're Always on My Mind
(SWV)
love songs
♬ Love U 4 Life
(Jodeci)

♬ Tell Me It's Real
(K-Ci & Jojo)

♬ Never Make A Promise
(Dru Hill)

♬ One Last Cry
(Brian McKnight)

♬ Right Here Waiting
(Monica & 112)

♬ Shining Star
(The Manhattans)

♬ Are You Lonesome Tonight?
(Elvis Presley)
So these were the best R&B love songs of all time, in my opinion. R&B as a genre has expanded beyond its original African-American audience and is now enjoyed by people all over the world!
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