'Take Me Back to the 90s: RnB Classics:' Bibliotheque Goes Deep and Smooth in Their Latest Release
Ah, the sweet sounds of 90s RnB—a golden era that still resonates with soulful melodies and smooth grooves. Picture it: the neon glow of the '90s when baggy jeans and crop tops were the fashion du jour and R&B was hitting its stride. It was a musical landscape where heartfelt lyrics and silky vocals intertwined to create a sonic tapestry that continues to influence artists today.
Think of the icons who defined the era—Boyz II Men, TLC, Aaliyah, and the incomparable Whitney Houston. Their voices were like honey, dripping over beats that were as smooth as butter. The rhythms were laid-back, the bass lines were deep, and the harmonies were rich enough to make your heart skip a beat.
In this smooth and glowing vibe, Bibliotheque produced one of their latest releases, Take Me Back to the 90s: RnB Classics. The ten-track album, written by some of the versatile after composers today, has all the sonic qualities that defined the era.
All tracks are now available for licensing through APM music, and they all come with alternate mixes and stems perfect for feeding the 90s nostalgia craze that is sweeping. Pop culture today.
- "Welcome to the 90s"
- "How You Make Me Feel"
- I Don't Wanna Love You
- "You Want It, I Got It"
- "Give it Back to Me Slow Jam"
- "So Sexy"
- "Don't Stop, Don't Quit"
- "One in a Million"
- "Lost in the Rhythm"
- "Brooklyn Boombox"