This week the #TuesdayNightFlashback is time traveling back to the year 1991! This playlist will begin at 8pm tonight so go to our Facebook page ‘Love And R&B with John Monds’ to leave your best memories and song requests from 91′.
Here’s a trendsetting video that took over the dance, pop, and R&B charts in 1991 with a new style of mixing hip-hop beats, R&B vocals, to create dance/house music. Before this song was featured in many movies and TV series of today, C+C Music Factory came under scrutiny for using the vocals of disco/house singer Martha Wash, but featuring group member Zelma Davis in the video lip-syncing Martha’s vocals.
Martha Wash sued and eventually settled out of court with Sony Records for unspecified damages…it’s all #LoveAndRnB!
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Love And R&B With John Monds: Tuesday Night Flashback was originally published on mymajicdc.com
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