20 RnB Songs We Don't Want Our Parents to Sing
Some R&B isn’t very easy on the ears. You know, the songs that you have to turn off when the kids come around or have a clean version that does not serve its purpose. While we don’t mind them serving as soundtracks to the turn up or the late night turn down, the last thing we would want to hear is our parents singing them.
Could you imagine your mother singing “these hoes ain’t loyal” or singing along with Bey about surfboarding? Right, we don’t want to either. Check out this list of 20 RnB songs that are not parent-friendly.
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Trey Songz, "I Invented Sex"
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H-Town, "Knockin' Boots"[/videoembed]
Usher, "Hey Daddy (Daddy's Home)
Adina Howard, "Freak Like Me"
Color Me Badd, “ I Wanna Sex You Up”
Jeremih, “Birthday Sex”
Beyonce feat. Jay Z, “Drunk in Love”
Chris Brown, “No Bullshit”
Sisqo, “Thong Song”
112 feat. Lil’ Zane, “Anywhere”
August Alsina feat. Trinidad James, "I Luv This Shit"
Ciara feat. Ludacris, “Ride”
Kelly Rowland feat. Lil’ Wayne, “Motivation”
Missy Elliott feat. Ludacris and Jay Z, “Minute Man"
R. Kelly, “Bump N Grind”