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My wife is obsessed with Power on STARZ and I&#;ve gotta admit, it&#;s become one of my guilty pleasures.

Clearly I&#;m not alone – did y&#;all SEE social media have a complete meltdown when the original theme song, sung by the mighty Joe Thomas was randomly replaced with Trey Songz?

The backlash was so great that two weeks later, Joe was back to croon about living in a Big Rich Town.

But it&#;s funny that Joe&#;s legacy is so tied to a theme song. R&B fans know he&#;s so much more. For more than 25 years he&#;s been one of the most beloved voices in R&B. So beloved, in fact, that readers have been begging me to review his discography for years.

Well wait no longer.

You know how we do – let&#;s look back at Joe&#;s run of LPs, ranking them from bottom to top. Album quality, consistency, and impact on the genre as usual are how the rankings are scored. And I&#;ll be skipping any Christmas albums and compilations.

Legal or illegal, baby, Joe&#;s gotta make it&#;

my name is joe thomas

My Name is Joe Thomas ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 3 stars out of 5

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Edd said: AKA #MYNAMEISJOETHOMAS. And man, it makes my eyes hurt reading that. Rumored to be Joe’s “final” album (though we know how retirements usually work out in hip-hop and R&B) #MYNAMEISJOETHOMAS is quite the mixed bag. On one hand, Joe sounds great, and hearing him branch out into other genres is cool – in theory. But on the other hand, there is so much experimentation that the album loses a lot of cohesion. It feels more like an abbreviated encore than the grand finale R&B fans may have expected.

Forgotten favorites: “No Chance,” “Wear the Night,” “Lay You Down”

joe thomas new man

Joe Thomas, New Man ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 3 stars out of 5

Edd said: Well, this was an album, I guess. I don’t mean that as an insult – everything here is well-sung and solidly produced. But there’s nothing here that pushes the boundaries or dares to stand out on its own. Everything is just … OK. And OK doesn’t lend itself to being memorable.

Forgotten favorites: &#;By Any Means,&#; &#;Why Just Be Friends,&#; &#;Chameleon&#;

the good the bad and the sexy

The Good, The Bad, The Sexy ()

Soul In Stereo rating: stars out of 5

Edd said: You wanna throw on something to set the mood? Joe’s got you. This one is STRICTLY for the baby-makers. “Tonight?” “Slow Kisses?” “Pull My Hair?” Yeah, the theme of this one is obvious. Problem is, it feels a little too subdued in spots. When things slow down, some of the tracks start feeling a little same-ish. Not a bad release, though.

Forgotten favorites: &#;Losing,&#; &#;Drink Up,&#; &#;Tonight&#;


9. Bridges ()

Soul In Stereo rating: stars out of 5

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Edd said: On paper, Bridges seems like the perfect release – strong production, flawless vocals and themes Joe&#;s core audience can relate to. But where the album falls short is the intangibles. It’s a little lengthy and lacks the innovation needed to break up some of the monotony. Joe sounds great, as usual, but there’s little here that forces repeat listens.

Forgotten favorites: “Blame Her Broken Heart On Me,” “Mary Jane (Remix),” “Till the Rope Gives Way”

and then

8. And Then&#; ()

Soul In Stereo rating: stars out of 5

Edd said: And Then… is arguably the last Joe album to make its mark in the mainstream, and it’s got the hits to prove it. Remember BET’s Midnight Love? They used to WEAR OUT “More and More.” But besides a couple of decent album cuts, this one is a bit uneven overall.

Forgotten favorites: &#;It Ain’t Like That,&#; &#;Priceless,&#; &#;Jeep&#;


7. Signature ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 4 stars out of 5

Edd said: Ah, look at Joe in his Easter Sunday fit on this album cover. It’s rare you hear discussions about Joe’s eighth studio release but that’s not really a reflection of its quality. Joe’s all about sensuality on this one, using his pitch-perfect vocals to romance listeners. It didn’t yield any major hits but it certainly gets the job done. Signature’s a great name for this one, it’s got his stamp all over it.

Forgotten favorites: &#;Metaphor,&#; &#;Very Special Friend,&#; &#;Friends Don’t Let Friends&#;

aint nothing like me

6. Ain’t Nothing Like Me ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 4 stars out of 5

Edd said: Joe’s never been a stranger to the world of hip-hop – he’s been the hook man for some legit rap classics.  He goes all in on Ain’t Nothing Like Me, an album that samples everyone from Nas to A Tribe Called Quest. There are way more guests here than usual for the typical Joe album but never fear, he’s still the star of the show. Surprisingly, it’s the more traditional Joe records that feel a little underwhelming this time around. But it’s proof Joe has no problem being the life of the party.

Forgotten favorites: &#;Get to Know Me,&#; &#;Life of the Party,&#; &#;Just Relax&#;


5. Everything ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 4 stars out of 5

Edd said: It’s odd that you rarely hear discussions about Joe’s debut. While the LP itself didn’t do big business, Joe’s first single, “I’m in Luv” was a top 10 R&B hit and subsequent singles did fairly well too. To be fair, Joe hadn’t quite found his signature sound yet – he sounds more like Aaron Hall Lite in some spots than the Joe we’d come to love. However, Everything is brimming with potential and is a very underrated listen.

Forgotten favorites: &#;All or Nothing,&#; &#;It’s Alright,&#; &#;If Loving You Is Wrong&#;


4. Doubleback: Evolution of R&B ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 4 stars out of 5

Read our review here

Edd said: Usually when I make these lists, the artist’s most recent albums tend to wind up on the back end of things. It’s just the nature of the business, I guess – it’s hard to maintain consistency 20 years in. But that’s what’s so exciting about Doubleback. Two decades after his debut, Joe found that spark again, resulting in one of his best releases ever. Absolutely stellar production really makes this one soar. He proved he’s still got it.

Forgotten favorites: “Easy,” “Baby,” “More”

better days

3. Better Days ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 4 stars out of 5

Edd said: By Joe was four albums in and still hadn’t lost a step. Better Days didn’t have the chart-topping success of its predecessors but the quality certainly was still there. In fact, the first half of the album is some of Joe’s strongest work ever. Things get a little loose about halfway through but that’s not enough to derail another great project.

Forgotten favorites: &#;Better Days,&#; &#;Alone,&#; &#;Lover’s Prayer&#;


2. My Name is Joe ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 4 stars out of 5

Edd said: The year saw Joe at his mainstream peak, and it’s all thanks to this triple platinum hit. Though it’s most notably home to some of his most famous songs (The “Stutter” remix was EVER-ER-REY-WHERE in , and “I Wanna Know wasn’t far behind), My Name is Joe wouldn’t rank this high solely off a bunch of hot singles. It’s an extremely cohesive listen that isn’t afraid to blend both soul and hip-hop. It’s a formula he’d use many times in his career but never as effectively as here.

Forgotten favorites: &#;Table for Two,&#; &#;,&#; &#;One Life Stand&#;

all that i am

1. All That I Am ()

Soul In Stereo rating: 4 stars out of 5

Edd said: Yeah I know, this was a shoe-in for No. 1. And it’s pretty easy to see why. All That I Am is the quintessential Joe album, filled with signature hits, memorable album cuts and honey-dipped vocals that have made Joe one of R&B’s stalwarts. All That I Am is one of the most cherished albums of its era and by far Joe’s best work.

Forgotten favorites: &#;Good Girls,&#; &#;How Soon,&#; &#;No One Else Comes Close&#;

How would you rank Joe&#;s catalog? Let us know below.


Music Career of R&B Artist Joe

Joseph Lewis Thomas, commonly known as Joe, is an American R&B singer, songwriter and record producer. In , he was named the best R&B male artist at the BET Awards, and won the Grammy Awards for best R&B album in for "My Name is Joe" and in for "Better Days."

"I feel like if you have a queen, you should treat her like a queen. I feel she doesn't deserve anything less than that. If you make a promise for forever, you should keep it and hold up to it." — Joe

Early Years

Joe Thomas was born on July 5, , in Columbus, Georgia. He was one of five children and grew up in an environment filled with gospel music; both his parents were evangelical ministers. The Thomas family moved to Alabama when Joe was two and he grew up as an active member of the church and sang in the choir, played guitar and eventually directed the choir. In the late s, he started playing in local bands. He graduated from Opelika High School in Opelika, Alabama, in

His Breakthrough

While working in a gospel music store in New Jersey and singing in a church, Joe met producer Vincent Herbert and recorded a three-track demo. Joe released his debut album, "Everything," in It spawned a number of hit singles, including the No. 10 R&B hit "I'm in Luv."

In , Joe signed with Jive Records and released, "All That I Am," which sold more than one million copies in the U.S. It reached No. 13 on the Billboard album charts and No. 4 on the R&B charts. 

Career Milestones

Joe released his fourth album, "My Name is Joe," in It became his most successful album, reaching No. 1 on the R&B charts and No. 2 on the Billboard It eventually sold over three million copies.

In , his " Better Days" album was released, reaching No. 4 on the R&B charts.

His " And Then " album came out in late ; it reached No. 26 on the U.S. album charts and No. 4 on the R&B charts.

Producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, The Underdogs, Cool & Dre, Tim & Bob and Bryan Michael Cox worked with Joe on his sixth album, "Ain't Nothing Like Me," which was released in April

Split From Jive Records

In , Joe left Jive Records and claimed that R. Kelly had been sabotaging his career while they were labelmates.

"R. Kelly was very instrumental in making a lot of decisions when it came to my records being played on the radio," Joe told Lee Bailey, founder of the Electronic Urban Report, an urban entertainment news organization. "He would make a call to the radio station or to the label and say, 'Hey, this Joe record is too hot right now. Y'all need to pull that back.' And they would oblige."

Later Record Deals

Eventually, Joe signed with Kedar Massenburg's Kedar Entertainment and released several albums. "Joe Thomas, New Man" was released in September , which debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard Next came "Signature" an album of ballads released in July , which debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard

"The Good, the Bad, the Sexy" released in October debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard In July , "Doubleback: Evolution of R&B" featuring collaborations with singer Fantasia and rappers Fat Joe and debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard and No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop chart.

In , Joe signed a new deal with BMG Rights Management. He released his 11th album "Bridges." The first single released from the album was "Love & Sex Pt. 2", a duet with singer Kelly Rowland. His 12th album, "My Name Is Joe Thomas," came out in November The album debuted at No. 2 on R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and No. 1 on the R&B Albums chart.


  • My Name is Joe Thomas ()
  • Bridges ()
  • Doubleback: Evolution of R&B ()
  • The Good, The Bad, The Sexy ()
  • Signature ()
  • Joe Thomas, New Man ()
  • Ain't Nothin' Like Me ()
  • And Then ()
  • Better Days ()
  • My Name Is Joe ()
  • All That I Am ()
  • Everything ()
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Joe Lewis Thomas (7/5/), credited simply as Joe, is a R singer-songwriter and record producer. He was born in Columbus, Georgia, GA & later moved to Opelika, AL. The son of two preachers, he spent much time in church singing, playing guitar, & even directing the choir. He was influenced in his early career by gospel performers such as: The Winans, Commissioned, and Vanessa Bell Armstrong. He also grew to love soul legends like Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye.
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♡ Joseph Lewis Thomas ♡ Born: July 5, , Columbus, Georgia, United States. He is better known by his stage name, Joe, is an American R&B singer-songwriter and record producer. Albums Everything (), All That I Am (), My Name Is Joe (), Better Days (), And Then (), Ain't Nothin' Like Me (), Joe Thomas, New Man (), Signature (), Make Sure You're Home for Christmas, Home Is the Essence of Christmas (), The Good, the Bad, the Sexy (), Doubleback: Evolution of R&B (), Bridges ().
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Joe discography

Title Album details Peak chart positions CertificationsUS
[8]Everything16—————53 All That I Am
  • Released: August 26,
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: CD, CS
134——295226 My Name Is Joe214362175846 Better Days
  • Released: December 11,
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: CD, digital download
32384—9641—96 And Then
  • Released: December 2,
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: CD, digital download
264——28—73 Ain't Nothin' Like Me
  • Released: April 24,
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: CD, digital download
21——60—25 Joe Thomas, New Man
  • Released: September 23,
  • Label: Universal, Kedar
  • Format: CD, digital download
83—————90 Signature
  • Released: July 14,
  • Label: BMG, Universal, Kedar,
  • Format: CD, digital download
72————— Home Is the Essence of Christmas
  • Released: November 2,
  • Label: Kedar
  • Format: CD, digital download
———————— The Good, the Bad, the Sexy
  • Released: October 18,
  • Label: Kedar
  • Format: CD, digital download
82————— Doubleback: Evolution of R&B
  • Released: July 2,
  • Label: Massenburg Media, RED
  • Format: CD, digital download
64—————— Bridges
  • Released: June 24,
  • Label: Plaid Takeover, BMG
  • Format: CD, digital download
173—————— My Name Is Joe Thomas
  • Released: November 11,
  • Label: Plaid Takeover, BMG
  • Format: CD, digital download
172—————— "—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

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Joe (singer)

American singer, songwriter, and record producer from Alabama

This article is about musician Joseph Lewis Thomas. For other people named Joe, see Joe (given name).

Musical artist

Joseph Lewis Thomas (born July 5, ), known mononymously as Joe, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer. Raised in Columbus, Georgia, he later relocated to New Jersey and he signed a record deal with Polygram Records in He rose to prominence after releasing his debut album Everything the following year. He followed it with a series of successful albums under Jive Records, including All That I Am (), the international bestseller My Name Is Joe () as well as the multi-certified albums Better Days () and And Then (). Several songs from these albums became hit singles on the pop and R&B record charts, including the number-one hit "Stutter", the top ten entries "All the Things (Your Man Won't Do)", "Don't Wanna Be a Player", and "I Wanna Know" as well as his collaborations "Faded Pictures", "Thank God I Found You" and "Still Not a Player".

Since his departure from Jive, Joe has released most of his projects independently through ventures with Kedar Massenburg and Plaid Takeover Entertainment. In , his twelfth album My Name Is Joe Thomas became his eleventh album to score a top five-placing on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, while lead single "So I Can Have You Back" became his fourth number-one hit on the Adult R&B Songs chart over the span of three consecutive decades (s, s, and s).[2] In , Billboard listed Joe at 48th on its list of the Top 50 R&B and Hip Hop Artists of the past 25 years.[3] An ASCAP Award recipient for his song "I Wanna Know", Joe is a seven-time Grammy Award nominee and has been nominated for numerous other awards and accolades, including a BET Award, a NAACP Image Award, and four Soul Train Music Awards.

Early life[edit]

Joe was born July 5, in Columbus, Georgia and was the child of evangelist preachers.[4] He moved to Opelika, Alabama during his formative years and graduated from Opelika High School in [5]



After his graduation from Opelika High School, Joe continued to sing and write music while working at occasional temporary jobs.[6] In New Jersey, while working at a gospel record store and continuing his music education through a local church, he met producer Vincent Herbert and recorded a three-song demo tape.[citation needed] In , he signed to PolyGram Records and released his debut album Everything the next year. Produced by Joe along with Keith Mille, J. Dibbs, and Dave "Jam" Hall, it peaked at number on the US Billboard and number 16 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Everything spawned three singles, including I'm in Luv" and "The One for Me" the former of which became a top ten hit on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and peaked at number 22 on the UK Singles Chart.

In , Joe contributed the song "All the Things (Your Man Won't Do)" to the soundtrack to the crime comedy parody film Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (). Released as a single, it reached number 11 on the US Billboard Hot and was later included as the opening track on his second studio album All That I Am () after signing with Jive Records. Marking his commercial breakthrough, the album reached number 13 on the US Billboard and number 4 on BillboardTop R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Another hit single from the album "Don't Wanna Be a Player", was also featured on the Booty Call soundtrack. All That I Am eventually went platinum in the US.

A songwriter and producer, Joe became a frequent collaborator on other artist's projects in the mids. He remixed a duet by Barry White and Tina Turner called "In Your Wildest Dreams" as well as a remix of Turner's single "Something Beautiful Remains" from Turner's album Wildest Dreams () and wrote and produced on albums by R&B groups Ideal, Xscape and Hi-Five. In addition, Joe sang on the remix of Big Punisher's "Still Not a Player", produced by Knobody, which interpolated his own song "Don't Wanna Be a Player" and appeared as a backing vocalist on Brandy's track "Angel in Disguise" from her second album, Never Say Never (). In , singer Mariah Carey asked him to sing on her track "Thank God I Found You" which appeared on her album Rainbow ().[7] Released as the album's second single, it became Joe's first number-one single on the US Billboard Hot and was later certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Aside from its peak of number two in Canada, the song achieved moderate international charting, reaching the top ten in the United Kingdom and peaking within the top thirty in Australia, Belgium (Wallonia), France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland.[8]

&#; Rise to success[edit]

In April , Joe released his third album, My Name Is Joe. Produced by Joe and several other record producers such as Kevin "She'kspere" Briggs, Teddy Riley and Tim & Bob, it received favorable reviews from critics and peaked at number two on the Billboard , while topping the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.[9] It charted internationally as well, peaking within the top 10 in Netherlands and Canada. My Name Is Joe produced three singles, including "I Wanna Know", "Treat Her Like a Lady", and "Stutter", the first and last of which reached the top five of the US Billboard Hot The biggest seller of his discography, My Name Is Joe was certified triple-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and earned platinum and silver certifications from Music Canada, Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique (SNEP), and the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). In , the album and "I Wanna Know" received Grammy Award nominations in the Best R&B Album and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance categories.

The following year, Better Days, Joe's fourth album, was released. Significantly less successful, it reached number 32 on the Billboard but peaked at number four on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, reaching gold status in the US. The album spawned two singles, "Let's Stay Home Tonight", which reached number 18 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and the Adult R&B Songs chart-topper "What If a Woman". A critical success, Better Days became his second album to receive a Grammy nomination in the Best R&B Album category, while "Let's Stay Home Tonight" was nominated for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. In , Joe did another collaboration with Mariah Carey on the remix version of "Through the Rain", the first single from her album Charmbracelet ().[10]

Joe recruited a diverse roster of high-profile musicians to work with him on his fifth studio album, including Carvin & Ivan, Dre & Vidal, R. Kelly, and The Underdogs. Released in late , And Then reached number 26 on the US Billboard While Kelly-penned lead single "More & More" became a top 20 R&B in the US, it was released on double A-side with "Ride Wit U", a collaboration with rap group G-Unit, elsewhere. A moderate success, the single entered Australia's top 40 in July , and peaked at number 12 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming one if his biggest hits there.[11] A steady seller, And Then was eventually certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Joe's sixth album Ain't Nothin' Like Me, released in April , was produced by Stargate, Tank, Cool & Dre, Bryan-Michael Cox, and Sean Garrett and featured guest appearances by rappers Nas, Fabolous, Papoose, Young Buck and Tony Yayo. It received generally positive reviews from music critics and debuted at number two on the US Billboard and on top of the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart, selling about 98, copies in its first week, while marking his highest-charting album since My Name Is Joe. While lead single "Where You At" charted in the United Kingdom only, follow-up "If I Was Your Man" reached number three on Billboard's Adult R&B Songs. Ain't Nothin' Like Me marked Joe's final album with Jive Records following a fallout with label surrounding rumors of his dissatisfaction with the promotion of his material.[12] Also in , Joe performed a cover version of "Before He Cheats", a Carrie Underwood hit, as a Pepsi Smash exclusive on Yahoo! Music.[13]

&#;present: Independent releases[edit]

Following his departure from Jive Records, Joe released his seventh album Joe Thomas, New Man independently on record label executive Kedar Massenburg's Kedar Entertainment company in September Production on the album was helmed by Bryan-Michael Cox, Stereotypes, and D'Mile among others.[14] Upon release, it debuted at number eight on the US Billboard , selling 56, copies in its first week. Lead single "E.R. (Emergency Room)" became the only single to reach the top forty on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[15] Only ten months later, Signature, his second album with Kedar, was released.[16] An album composed of ballads written, produced, and arranged by Joe, it debuted at number seven on the Billboard and number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.[17] The same year, Joe released the holidays EP Make Sure You're Home for Christmas, which was released exclusively through Target and features two original songs and four cover versions of Christmas standards and carols. A top twenty success on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, the standalone EP was worked into a full-length album, entitled Home Is the Essence of Christmas, released the following year.[18]

In , Joe collaborated with label mate Keith Sweat on the song "Test Drive", written for Sweat's album Ridin' Solo. Also in , he released his ninth studio The Good, the Bad, the Sexy. The singer worked with Brandon "B.A.M." Alexander, Gragston, The Ambassadorz, and Gerald Issac on most of the record which debuted at number eight on the Billboard and number two on the Hot R&B/Hip Hop albums chart.[19] Following a short hiatus, Joe's next effort, his tenth studio album Doubleback: Evolution of R&B, was released in July , marking his first release on Massenburg's newly formed company Massenburg Media after the dissolution of his Kedar Entertainment.[20] It debuted at number six on the Billboard and number one on the R&B/Hip Hop chart, selling 31, copies in its first week.[21] The singer worked with a small group of musicians on the album, including San Francisco-based producer D.O.A., who contributed "I'd Rather Have a Love" and the duet "Love & Sex", featuring singer Fantasia.[22] Rapper Too Short also appears on the album.[23]

In March , Joe signed a distribution deal with BMG Rights Management.[24] His eleventh album, Bridges, marked his first album under Plaid Takeover Entertainment, a venture of regular co-executive producer Gerald Isaac, after severing business ties with Massenburg.[25] After a decade of consecutive top ten entries on the Billboard , it debuted and peaked at number 17, with first-week sales of 15, copies in the United States.[26] The first single released from the album was "Love & Sex, Pt. 2", a duet with singer Kelly Rowland serving as sequel to his collaboration with Fantasia. It became a top five hit on the Adult R&B Songs chart.[27] Joe's twelfth album, My Name Is Joe Thomas, an homage to his third effort My Name Is Joe (), was released on November 11, The album debuted at number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, with 17, copies sold the first week, and spawned the single "So I Can Have You Back", his fourth number-one hit on the Adult R&B Songs chart.[2] In support of the album, Joe co-headlined a European concert tour alongside Ashanti from February to March [28]


Main article: Joe discography

Studio albums

Awards and nominations[edit]


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  28. ^"Joe & Ashanti Set for Joint European Tour". February 1, Retrieved July 14,

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