Where have all the slow jams gone?

The q This music panel compares this week's Billboard charts to the charts from exactly 25 years ago.
I Swear by All-4-One was the number one song on the Billboard charts in the summer of 1994. (Atlantic Records)

Every Friday, the q This panel looks at the biggest stories in music news. Today, host Tom Power is joined by CBC arts reporter Lisa Christiansen and music journalist A. Harmony. They compare this week's Billboard charts to the charts from exactly 25 years ago and ask: where have all the R&B slow jams gone? They also share their pick for the greatest slow jam of all time, with CBC Arts host Amanda Paris acting as a special guest judge.

— Produced by ​Emma Godmere

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