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In 2016, R&B songs took the lead on various conversations, whether it was politics, social issues, self-esteem quandaries, bullying, relationships, love and more. Veteran artists like Beyonce, Maxwell, John Legend, and Alicia Keys used their star power to convey an abundance of messages and inspiration through song.
R&B sensation Joe says this is it! With more than 15 million records sold and multiple Grammy nominations, today (Nov. 11), he releases his 12th and final disc entitled, #MyNameIsJoeThomas.
The R&B magician Joe is back at it again. The veteran crooner releases the grown & sexy music video for his intoxicating new single, "Happy Hour," featuring rapper Gucci Mane.
Joe's much-anticipated 12th studio album, #MyNameisJoeThomas, will arrive on Nov.11th, and he's teasing its release. Hmm, what could it mean?
Joe is so intoxicated by the aura of a female that he would rather be strung out than fix it. That's the grasping vibe he conveys in his new single, "Happy Hour," featuring rapper Gucci Mane.
The video plays out the exact story line of the song's concept: a distraught Joe reminisces over his past love, and she does the same. And when Joe's ex's new beau proposes to her, it looks as if Joe gets his wish after all.
Singer/Songwriter Joe is back with a newbie called "So I Can Have You Have Back," a ballad full of emotion. Written and produced by Joe, the song sees the singer wishing his ex-love breaks up with her new guy so he can have her back.