R&B Blossoms, With Hip-Hop in the Rear View – New York Times

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In the mid-to-late 2000s, singing became a full-fledged part of hiphop, owing to the success of Drake, one of the first stars — Lauryn Hill got there earlier — who toggled cleanly between rapping and singing and understood them as variations of each
The Current Decade Of HipHop & R&B, Ranked From Worst To BestHotNewHipHop
Opportunities in HipHop, R&B & Gospel Take Center Stage at the 2018 Billboard Live Music SummitBillboard
“I think it’s like he’s benefited off of hiphop when it worked for him.”Genius (blog)

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