Stay Woke: This Year’s Most Slept On R&B Projects

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It’s certainly been an amazing year in music, and while rap has seen a lot of flourishing from its artists, R&B still hasn’t gotten the love it deserves. Despite many keeping their attention on other genres, R&B had another incredible year in 2015, and not many people realize it. Yes, there were some top projects that are still talked about, including Kehlani’s You Should Be Here, and Bryson Tiller’s TRAPSOUL, but there are quite a few that fans are overlooking.

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Check out the most slept on R&B projects of 2015 on the following pages.

Justine Skye – Emotionally Unavailable

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Justine Skye released her debut album earlier this year, which was met with some success.

Justine Skye – Emotionally Unavailable

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The project is full of goodies, even outside of her single, “I’m Yours.”