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  • RoseScreen
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    Based on the earlier polls in pop winners of the 90s. I am focusing now on female r&B vocal winners of the 90s from 1990-1999 (elligibility year)

    Who was your favorite winner?

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    Baby Clyde
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    Anita Baker’s first win definitely.

    Nothing else on this list comes close to the almighty ‘Fairy Tales’.

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    Gucci
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    I’m living for these winners!

    Rankings:
    Toni Braxton, “Breathe Again”
    Anita Baker, “I Apologize”
    Toni Braxton, “Another Sad Love Song”
    Toni Braxton, “You’re Makin’ Me High”
    Lauryn Hill, “Doo Wop (That Thing)”
    Erykah Badu, “On & On”
    Whitney Houston, “It’s Not Right But It’s OK”
    Lisa Fischer, “How Can I Ease The Pain”
    Anita Baker, Compositions
    Patti LaBelle, Burnin’
    Chaka Khan, The Woman I Am

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    PoweR
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    “Another Sad Love Song”

    “On & On”

    “Breathe Again”

    “How Can I Ease The Pain”

    “Doo Wop (That Thing)”

    “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay”

    Compositions

    Burnin’

    “You’re Makin’ Me High”

    The Woman I Am

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    Tae04
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    Toni Toni Toni

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    circa 1993
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    All amazing, talented, women but I’m going to go with Lauryn Hill. “Doo Wop (That Thing)” was everything (the lyrics, the vocals, the rapping, the message, the content, the production >>>).

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    Baby Clyde
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    But this is a ‘Vocal’ award. It’s supposed to go to the person who give the best ‘Vocal Performance’.

    The lyrics, production, rapping (???) etc, should be completely irrelevant.

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    circa 1993
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    But this is a ‘Vocal’ award. It’s supposed to go to the person who give the best ‘Vocal Performance’.

    The lyrics, production, rapping (???) etc, should be completely irrelevant.

    Either you’re dumb or don’t know how to read so I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. But I’d advice you take your racist, ignorant, stupid, behind back to the Oscar thread where you belong before I expose you. K?

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    Miss Frost
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    Great winners all around the clock here. I can’t decide between Toni’s two wins. Guess I’ll have to go with “Breathe Again.”

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    Patti LaBelle, Burnin’/Lisa Fischer, “How Can I Ease the Pain”

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    Toni Braxton “Breathe Again.”   Nobody could put the emotion into a song quite like her in the 90’s

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    RoseScreen
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    Great list of winners
    On & On
    Doo Wop (That Thing)
    Another Sad Love Song
    You’re Makin Me High
    Breathe Again
    It’s Not Right But It’s Okay
    How Can I Ease the Pain
    Burnin
    I Apologize
    The Woman I Am
    Compositions
     

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    Gucci
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    Either you’re dumb or don’t know how to read so I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. But I’d advice you take your racist, ignorant, stupid, behind back to the Oscar thread where you belong before I expose you. K?

     

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    Baby Clyde
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    [quote=”Baby Clyde”]But this is a ‘Vocal’ award. It’s supposed to go to the person who give the best ‘Vocal Performance’.

    The lyrics, production, rapping (???) etc, should be completely irrelevant.

    Either you’re dumb or don’t know how to read so I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. But I’d advice you take your racist, ignorant, stupid, behind back to the Oscar thread where you belong before I expose you. K?
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    HUH???

    This has to be the most bizarre response to a post I’ve ever recieved. You are more than welcome to ‘expose me’ if you so wish. I have absolutely no idea what that could possibly mean but am extremely interested to find out.

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    vinny
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    I went with “Breathe Again” but Whitney was a close second.

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