Without question, Smokey Robinson and Charlie Wilson are R&B icons. Charlie Wilson began his career as lead singer of The Gap Band, which charted with such hits as “Oops Upside Your Head”, “Burn Rubber”, “You Dropped A Bomb On Me” and “Outstanding.” He went on to have an equally successful solo career. As a solo artist, Wilson charted with such hits as “There Goes My Baby”, “Charlie: Last Name Wilson”, and “The One I Got.” Billboard magazine recently named Charlie Wilson the biggest male Urban Adult Contemporary artist of all time. Smokey Robinson began his career as lead singer of The Miracles, who charted with such hits as “Shop Around”, “Ooh Baby Baby”, “Going To A Go Go” and “Tracks Of My Tears.” Robinson went solo in 1970 and scored such hits as “Baby Come Close”, “A Quiet Storm”, “Being With You” and “Cruising.” The two have collaborated on a single titled “All Of My Love.” “All Of My Love” is a smooth R&B ballad that’s perfect for late nights alone with your significant other. It’s the epitome of what R&B should be. Listen to “All Of My Love” below.
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