A rare foray into the ’80s for a neo-soul smash with a classic soul pedigree
Keith Sweat may have the most songs this week but it’s Matthew Sweet that steals the show.
Armed with a drum loop and enough Viagra to kill a horse, the O’Jays have returned to sex you up for Mellowmas.
Buckle up, baby, because we’ve reached the end of the letter S in this week’s Bottom Feeders — and that means it’s time for some Keith Sweat.
Jason Hare is back for another installment of Chart Attack! — and this week, he takes us all the way back to April 22, 1972, and a top 10 featuring Neil Young, Aretha, and Baba Booey. Wait, what?
Day Eleven!Á‚ Are you exhausted?Á‚ We know we’re exhausted.Á‚ But the Mellowmas show must go on.Á‚ Stay strong, readers!Á‚ And get yo’ groove on! Freddie Jackson — Christmas Forever (download)…
Keith Sweat – I Want to Love You Down (1992) First of all, no. No, I did not own this when it came out. Not that there’s anything wrong with…