Valentine’s Day is a joyous occasion for all the lovers out there. Hands will be held ever so tightly and lovely gift exchanges between couples will become commonplace. Roses, chocolates, teddy bears and five star restaurant reservations play a huge part in guaranteeing you some good loving. But the lovely sounds of passionate R&B music can seal the deal even more.
There’s going to be a period where the hugs and kisses have died down. Once you’re ready to take your partner by the hand for a moment on the dance floor (or in the bedroom), give these songs some play. You can trust in these tunes because they transform a great evening into an excellent one. Mark your Valentine’s Day celebration with some R&B songs that have stood the test of time.
Spread the love.
12. “U Send Me Swingin” – Mint Condition
Let your lover know how much you send their heart into every direction possible.
11. “Piece of My Love” – Guy
Give your partner a piece of your loving. Then watch the magic unfold.
10. “Love No Limit” – Mary J. Blige
There’s never a limit on how much one should love another.
9. “You Don’t Know My Name” – Alicia Keys
Relive that special moment when you first laid eyes on your special someone.
8. “Love on Top” – Beyoncé
Love is an emotion that births peaks higher than the highest mountain.
7. “Pretty Brown Eyes” – Mint Condition
If your man/lady has that special color of eyes, then this song will fit the mood quite nicely.
6. “Nice and Slow” – Usher
When the room heats up a little bit, it’s all due to Usher’s crooning about love making.
5. “Kiss From A Rose” – Seal
Provide your second half with a rose, literally and figuratively.
4. “Angel of Mine” – Monica
You got lucky and nabbed yourself an angel. Cater to them with this Monica tune.
3. “Dance With Somebody” – Whitney Houston
Speed up the tempo if things are a little too slow for you and your lover. RIP Whitney.
2. “You’re the First, the Last, My Everything” – Barry White
Barry never fails. One of the smoothest voices in music is always a winner on Valentine’s Day.
1. “Isn’t She Lovely” – Stevie Wonder
Your lady needs to know just how incredible she is. Let Stevie make her aware of it.