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rnb
booty shakin music, all you homies jip is cos u dont feel it. it has rythmn, it has beat, it has passion, it's all the singer's feelings summed up into a melody, the lovers language.
Joe - All the things your man won't do - listen to this song and then tell me you don't like RnB, if you don't feel this you're not alive.
by Laura January 15, 2004
 
1.
RnB
Rhythm And Blues. A style of music denotable by its bluesy guitar sounds and deep vocalising, that dates back to about the 1930s. Nowadays the phrase Rnb has been coined by slow rap music, where the actual phrase rhythm and blues is no londer relevant. A general feeling that moaning about someones make believe situations counts as blues, whereas genuine rnb was started during the derpression in america, where the blues were a reflection of human uncertaintey and not the modern day idea of rnb (i.e. flashing money and cars and women and whining about girls)
P1:...Yeh i really like RnB
P2: Oh thats cool, what artists?
P1: Ashanti, Craig David, Usher, Mario Winans, Kelis, Eamon, Joss Stone...
P2: Um, not sure why you think those are RnB artists...
P1: What do you mean?
P2: well, RnB stands for Rhythm and Blues, of which none of those people possess either or, and none of there music denotes or represents, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, T-Bone Walker, Otis Spann, and Elmore James...these are RnB artists.....
P1: Really....?
by Woodhouse October 22, 2004
 
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RnB
A style of music which has now evolved into a style of Hip-Hop especially made for 13yr old girls who pretend that Usher is their boyfriend.

The so called RnB "stars" are probably not the talent behind the music, and the supposed stars are actually models.

RnB fans are usually teenage girls with the intelligence of a frog.
They treat anyone who doesn't listen as fools of society, when in reality, they are exactly what they make other people out to be.
"So, what kind of music are you into"
"RnB"
"..."
by CyberElectric January 10, 2005
 
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In the modern world, the best evidence of the strength of the "Sex Sells" motif, and the willingness of people to conform to anything that appears to rebel against former generations' ideas and beliefs in regard to morals. Usually regardless of the lack of sense in opposing these, such as the taboo against drug abuse.

Basically, it's incoherent songs about drugs and sex. The videos will always have scantily clad women in them, to distract male viewers from the fact the song is inherently crap.

Despite the fact R'n'B generally depicts women as sex objects, it as a genre is surprisingly popular among teenage girls.
Turn on MTV. Too scared? Fine:

"Its gettin hot in here (so hot)
So take off all your clothes

(Female singer) I am gettin so hot, I wanna take my clothes off"

Imagine that repeating or being paraphrased in every new verse. That, I fear, is the current state of R'n'B.
by Hino-Kagu-Tsuchi October 09, 2004
 
4.
rnb
one ore more singers, surrounded by other chicks shaking their asses, singing over a stolen beat.
a lots of cash has something to do with its succes.
rnb? what yo mean? rhythm and blues?
naaah rap and bullshit!
by miro July 16, 2003
 
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A form of "music" which grew up in the black slave population in america as rythm and blues, going by this definition you would immediately think of artists such as ella fitzgerald and louis armstrong, however this is no longer the case, R'n'B has now been taken over by young rap artists who have adopted it as a trademark for their own music which nearly always dipicts women as sex objects, or is about the act of sex itself and is generally just any black music nowadays whether it has any rhythm and blues or not. Often listened to "wide-boys" and "chav's"
Usher - how is this guy blues, never a decent bassline, the rhythm is always the same, and he wears the biggest glasses ever. therefore not R'n'B

Nelly - Who gave this guy a recording contract, he did a good tune with justin timberlake, however the rest is nothing special nd definately not rhythm and blues
by Peter51 April 20, 2006
 
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RnB
a popular music genre combining jazz, gospel, and blues influences. Unfortuantly, RnB has taken a heavy hit during the last 6 years or so thanks to the likes of T-Pain, Akon, Timbaland, and so on. More notable and talented RnB artists include TLC, Brian Mknight, Jodeci, Boyz II Men, Black Street, Teddy Riley, Alicia Keys, Joe, Babyface, En Vogue, SWV.... Usher is on the border line..., Isaac Hayes, Aaliyah... basically anything over 10 years old
Girl: Omg that new Chris Brown feat. T-Pain, Lil Mama, and a million different artists rnb song is sooo hott !

TLC,Jodeci, and Babyface: Bitch , don't make us kick ur ass all the way back to Atlanta!
by Makaveli Fan September 01, 2008
 
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RnB
Robbie Glover, Very talented UK act, being the first act in history to achieve 2 people's choice number one records across southern europe with no record on the radio or label behind him at the time.
Music, Matt Goss, RnB, Fokissed, Craig David
by Urban Market December 02, 2006