London's Best R 'n B Music Clubs
All In London's list of London's best R 'n B Music Clubs
Love your RnB? Of course you do. Who doesn't like a bit of bling and some tunes that you can grind up against a stranger to?
London has got a fantastic RnB scene with DJs spinning the latest tunes as well as RnB classics. We've put together a list of the very best RnB nights and venues in London.
So get down... and dirty.
36 Shaftesbury Avenue W1D 7EPBar Rumba is to urban music what the Royal Albert Hall is to classical. Well, maybe not quite, but it certainly likes its beats. RnB, commercial dance and hip-hop should be the weekend staples looking to shake you to the core.
61-65 Great Queen Street WC2B 5DASwanky old Sway is the best place for Champagne popping, winding and grinding with its multiple rooms of beats and rhymes. Located in the heart of Holborn, Sway even has a disco room so if you want to step up the tempo, thereís a special space just waiting.
3 New Burlington Street W1S 2JFIf thereís one place in London that you know you can get your weekly RnB hit then itís the Soul Saturdayís night at Eve. Whatís more, thereís even a flashing lit dance floor! Tucked away off Regent Street, itís a small, intimate venue, perfect for a night of bad dancing.
15 Berkeley Street W1J 8DYThe Funky Buddha has been entertaining Mayfair with stylish aplomb since Blackstreet were wearing nappies. It has some pedigree for its RnB and funky house nights but mainly itís about the experience of partying in the heart of Mayfair.
Zoo Bar & Nightclub
13 - 17 Bear Street WC2H 7AQCocktails, music and Leicester Square, Zoo Bar is the ultimate central London party venue. If commercial is what you want then thatís what youíll get. From the cheesiest RnB, to cocktails that take you back a decade - Long Island iced Tea anyone? Not one to visit every week, but always a good time.
29 Old Burlington Street W1S 3APCash is king in the world of RnB, so it should come as no surprise that the best nights are to be found in upmarket venues in the heart of the city. Embassy follows trend and for an extra £5 per drink youíll get banging RnB and commercial house all night long. Great DJs, well made drinks and beautiful people. If you got it, flaunt it here.
49 Greek Street W1D 4EGSoho may be awash with speakeasy bars and gourmet fast food joints these days but it still finds space for the gauche clubbing experience that we all crave once in a while. Club 49 is all bright lights, delicate cocktails and pounding RnB with an attractive clientele to boot.
56 Shoreditch High Street E1 6JJIf you like your RnB tinged with a little hipster irony then Concrete is the wise choice for you. Itís Ďold skoolí all the way as the likes of DíAngelo, Dru Hill, Mariah, Bone Thugs and Boyz II Men share the airtime at weekends.