Back in the day there was Elvis, and Elvis was sexually provocative. Then there was The Beatles, and the Rolling Stones. Then there was Michael Jackson, and what he was doing was real sexual. Then there was the 90s, when music and culture became seriously risqué, comparatively speaking. The cultural landscape was a hot bed for hip hop and R&B music to thrive, paving the way for artists like Aaliyah, R. Kelly, Toni Braxton, Mary J. Blige, and so many more to skyrocket into prominence with their X-rated vibes. 

To celebrate Valentine's Day, we're diving into the decade that brought us "One In A Million" and "Bump n Grind." Bill was president, the internet was brand spankin' new, and there were super-sexy R&B tracks making their way into the ears of millions.