In the 1980s, blue-eyed soul hits were released by artists such as Hall & Oates ("Private Eyes"), Rick Astley ("Together Forever"), and Steve Winwood ("Roll With It"). Boy George, although not having the "black voice", was considered a blue-eyed soul artist because much of the music of Culture Club fit in the genre of R&B. Another 1980s British artist, Annie Lennox, of Eurythmics fame, was often cited as possessing "soul" and went on to record the female empowerment anthem "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves" with Aretha Franklin. In the late 1990s, music video channel VH1 proclaimed Lennox to be the greatest living female blue-eyed soul singer. Around the same time as Boy George and Annie Lennox's debuts, audiences were struck by the soulfulness of Teena Marie. Later artists who have been labelled blue-eyed soul include Amy Winehouse, Duffy, Jessica Simpson, Christina Aguilera, Jon B., Remy Shand, Joss Stone, American Idol winner Taylor Hicks, Joss Stone, James Morrison, Adele, Marc Broussard, Nikka Costa and Anastacia. Robin Thicke gained some notoriety after his single "Lost Without U" became the first by a white male artist to reach #1 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart since George Michael's "One More Try". Robin Thicke - Lost Without U http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fzmswuXkRc Been Around The World - Lisa Stansfield http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7llyC_5cK24 Annie Lennox Sweet Dream http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQHrspjw4aA What do you think about white artists singing rhythm & blues / hip-hop songs?