Top 20 Sexiest R&B Songs from the '90s to Today
See, sexy! Like really, really sexy.
Everybody's all like "Blurred Lines" this, and "Blurred Lines" that, and yeah the song is one of the most danceable R&B tunes to hit the radio since JT's "Sexy Back." But the hottest thing about Alan Thicke's son's semi-masterpiece is the video, not the song or the lyrics.
We at County Grind have a soft spot for the more sensual songs in life. We love those slow jamz that make you have to knock boots (or whatever the kids are calling it these days. Smash? Pork?).
What follows are 20 of the absolute sexiest R&B songs of the past two and a half decades. We're not kidding, not exaggerating; this is the real thing. So if you just had a heart attack or are experiencing a flare up, don't click ahead. You're entering the horny zone.
20. 112 - "Anywhere"
Where can we do it? Anywhere?!
"In the Black 500 with the top down?" In the shower, "both of our bodies dripping wet?" Or "on the patio, we can make a night you won't forget?"
Nothing, and we mean nothing, is hotter than that or doing it to this song.
19. Keith Sweat, Featuring Athena Cage - "Nobody"
Remember that college boyfriend who liked to play this one when he wanted to do the nasty? He knew you'd be thinking about only one thing once that CD started spinning. Don't make us spell it out for you. OK, we will: S-E-X.
18. Toni Braxton - "You're Makin' Me High"
Doin' it again, and again! Toni's got the right idea. Next time Ms. Braxton has one of these IRL, OkCupid, girl power parties, where muscle-men and nerds are up for grabs, we insist she invite us along. Her scraps are better than our prime meat.
17. Wale, Featuring Tiara Thomas - "Bad"
Talk about straight sex, this track features the sound of a squeaking mattress. It's all about a chick so damaged she can't associate sex with love. This lady truly must possess the power take over the world, but only if she's as smart as she is raunchy.
And that hook is addictive, Tiara Thomas' bedroom voice just makes you want to do something more fun than "Bad."