R&B has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years as new artists remix the basic elements of the genre — soulful lyrics, sexy rhythms, and a helping of heartbreak — with modern messaging and attitude. Nil Bambu, with slow-dance tracks that highlight the clear, whispery tones of her voice, is no exception. And on her 2019 single "Right There," she adds some feminist revenge to the mix. Lyrically, the song is a seduction, with a chorus repeating, "I wanna kiss it right there/I wanna touch you right there, right there, right there." But its video imagines Bambu as a spy who's double-crossed by her partner — with deadly consequences. Watch it; then listen to the song again and hear the double meaning in lines like "Call me crazy, crazy/You know I'm crazy, crazy" and "I would never disrespect you, no/Baby, I just gotta check on you." This is the evolution of R&B we've been waiting for.