January 1, 1970
Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and record producer, Keisha Epps is a celebrated R&B star whose classic sound and signature soulful message has earned her worldwide acclaim.
January 2, 1993
Bryson Djuan Tiller is an American singer and rapper from Louisville, Kentucky, who gained fame in 2015 with the release of his single "Don't".
January 11, 1971
Mary Jane Blige is a singer, songwriter and actress with nine Grammys, an Emmy, four American Music Awards and twelve additional accolades.
January 12, 1993
Zayn Malik, ex-1D, acclaimed solo R&B-pop artist.
January 25, 1981
American singer, songwriter and pianist Alicia Keys was signed at 15.
January 25, 1938
Etta James was an iconic American singer known for her singing in multiple genres such as gospel, blues, jazz, R&B etc.
February 8, 1986
Anderson Paak is an acclaimed American singer, rapper and record producer whose 2017 release 'Malibu' earned him Grammy nominations.
February 11, 1998
Khalid is an American singer-songwriter, signed to RCA and Right Hand Music, famed for his debut album "American Teen", certified 4x platinum.
February 16, 1990
The Weeknd: Grammy-winning Canadian singer of unique R&B/hip hop/electronic sound and dark lyrics.
March 10, 1977
Robin Thicke is a famous American singer best known for his hit single "Blurred Lines"; he received Grammy nominations in 2014.
March 16, 1988
Jhené Aiko is an R&B singer and songwriter, famous for her ethereal vocals and musical versatility. She was initially part of the group B2K.
March 27, 2000
Halle Bailey is singer, songwriter and actress; 5-time Grammy nominee with sister Chlöe.
April 11, 1996
Summer Marjani Walker is an American R&B singer. In 2017, she signed to Love Renaissance and Interscope Records.
April 16, 1973
Akon is a Senegalese-American singer/producer who rose to fame in 2004.
April 24, 1995
Kehlani Ashley Parrish is an American singer, songwriter, and dancer from Oakland.
May 3, 1992
Artist joins track team to pursue crush, falls for unexpected teammate and discovers real love.
May 13, 1950
Stevie Wonder is an iconic American singer-songwriter, renowned for pioneering a range of music genres.
May 26, 1975
Lauryn Hill is an influential singer, rapper and record producer renowned for being one of the best rappers of all time.
May 30, 1975
Cee Lo Green is a singer-songwriter and rapper who appeared in an episode of "Sarcastaball", singing the song "I Love Sarcastaball".
June 7, 1958
Prince, an award-winning singer/songwriter/producer, is widely acclaimed.
June 10, 1973
American singer/actress Faith Renée Evans from New Jersey, relocated to LA in 1991.
June 20, 1949
Lionel Brockman Richie Jr. is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and television personality.
June 24, 1992
6lack; American singer-songwriter and rapper; known for "Prblms" (2016).
June 24, 1986
Solange Knowles is an American singer, songwriter, actress, model and record producer known for her diverse R&B-influenced style. She has earned multiple awards and critical acclaim for her solo albums and collaborations.
June 27, 1997
Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson, known professionally as H.E.R., is an American singer, songwriter, musician and actress.
July 1, 1998
Chloe x Halle have earned five Grammys since 2018.
July 17, 1994
Kali Uchis released debut mixtape in 2012, EP Por Vida (2015)+ album Isolation (2018).
August 9, 1963
Whitney Houston was a renowned R&B singer and actress, selling over 200 million records with her powerful voice and captivating stage presence.
September 3, 1992
August Anthony Alsina Jr. is an American singer from New Orleans, Louisiana, formerly signed to Def Jam Recordings.
September 12, 1944
Barry Eugene Carter, better known by his stage name Barry White, was an American singer and songwriter.
September 16, 1993
Joji is a Japanese singer-songwriter, rapper and YouTuber who used to be known as Filthy Frank and Pink Guy. His music is a blend of R&B, lo-fi and trip hop.
September 26, 1981
Christina Milian is an American actress, singer from Jersey City, NJ signed with Murder Inc. at 19.
October 13, 1980
Ashanti is a singer/actress initially discovered as teen, signed to Murder Inc. Records 2002 and featured on two hit songs.
October 14, 1978
Usher was born in Dallas, raised in Chattanooga then moved to Atlanta at age 12 and signed with LaFace Records.
October 15, 1970
Ginuwine is an R&B singer, dancer and actor. He was a member of Swing Mob in the 90s, making him famous.
October 15, 1981
Keyshia Cole is a singer/songwriter and TV personality. She became famous for her debut album, The Way It Is, after signing with A&M Records.
October 17, 1995
Queen Naija Bulls is an American R&B singer and media personality known for her vlogging on YouTube and appearance on American Idol.
October 18, 1979
Ne-Yo is an American singer, songwriter, actor and record producer renowned for writing Mario's 2004 hit "Let Me Love You".
October 21, 1995
Doja Cat is an American rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer from LA.
October 25, 1985
Grammy-winning Ciara is an influential R&B singer, songwriter and dancer.
November 8, 1990
SZA is an American singer and songwriter from St. Louis, active since 2010.
November 28, 1984
Trey Songz is an American R&B singer and rapper famous for his 2005 album, I Gotta Make It, and its single "Can't Help but Wait".
December 3, 1983
Andrew Charles Grammer is an American singer/songwriter/producer famous for his singles "Keep Your Head Up" and "Fine by Me".
December 30, 1978
Tyrese released "Sweet Lady" in 1998, which peaked at #12.