Things done changed when it comes to R&B. A decade or two ago, you couldn’t go a minute without hearing a group like Destiny’s Child, Next or TLC on the airwaves. In the ’90s, quartets were prevalent, but after the mid-2000s they became a nostalgic memory. With Dru Hill as the special guest at SOB’s for RnB Spotlight (July 27), which paid homage to the 90s, the show served as a reminder of what the game has been missing.
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Tanay Hudson is a journalist and licensed psychotherapist who hails from Queens, New York. When she isn't writing for MadameNoire, she is doing psychotherapy in the East Harlem community with at-risk children and families. She's a proud HBCU graduate who received her Bachelors in Sociology from Norfolk State University, her Master of Social Work degree from New York University and her Master of Journalism degree from Hofstra University. She's also an active member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.Phi Zeta Zeta chapter where she does community service in the Queens, NY community.
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