R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - April 12, 2014

April 14, 2014 Chart Recap*Last week’s......Read More

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Ed Sheeran
We've glimpsed Ed Sheeran as a guest on joints by Lupe Fiasco (Old School Love) and STS (Waiting on the GoldRUSH), and we've even seen him co-headline a couple records with Yelawolf (Faces, You Don't...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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SZA
On her last solo feature, a March 2013 single off her S EP, singer/songwriter SZA took us on a trip to the ICE.MOON she visits whenever she feels the need to escape from prying eyes. The TDE signee's...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Watch The Duck
I'm not gonna lie; I've been known to sit and Watch The occasional Duck when relaxing by a body of water. Sometimes I even toss them a few pieces of bread. But never have I seen waterfowl produce...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Verse Simmonds
Not glimpsed on our front page since November of last year, when he lent his vocals to DJ Spinatik's Came From Nothin, Def Jam crooner Verse Simmonds returns to kick off his 2014 with the official...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Marsha Ambrosius
Normally, when I see or hear the word "Run," I, well, run the other way, because there is nothing I hate more than running. However, I am willing to make an exception when it comes to Marsha...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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T-Pain
Last month, T-Pain stepped into the Booth with F**k 'Em, a bullet-riddled anti-hater anthem which won high praise from our readers. As it turned out, the cut wasn't simply a loosie; it marked the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Rush Davis
Love may be priceless, but Sin Pays the Bills. As such, Booth newcomer Rush Davis has chosen to base his life around the latter: “That's my religion: cash, bottles and b**tches.” On his debut...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
8
Sway Clarke II
Previously heard lending his guest vocals to Cloud 9, a March feature from Swedish singer/songwriter Beldina, Sway Clarke II takes center stage with the release of his latest EP single. On this unique...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Beyoncé
When the album version of Beyoncé's Drunk in Love single was released on December 17, the Internet opened its collective digital arms with a warm embrace. Fast forward exactly two months, and the...Read More
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10
Ludacris
In the works since 2012, Ludacris's eighth studio album has been languishing in label limbo for a hot minute now. Seeing your project sit on the shelf can't be fun, but the DTP capo's clearly been...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Laurel
Depending on how close you get, flames can keep you warm or char you to the bone. The same (metaphorically speaking) holds true for the man Booth newcomer Laurel addresses on her latest promo single,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Cassie Steele
Let's play Name That Artist! Canadian, a sound made for the radio, and had a big role Degrassi. No, not Drake, though that's not a bad guess; we are actually talking about Cassie Steele. Coming out of...Read More
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Pharrell Williams
If you have children, or know someone who does, there's a chance you might find yourself heading to the theater this summer to see Despicable Me 2, the latest animated opus from French directors...Read More
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PARTYNEXTDOOR
Some artists, once they get signed, celebrate by buying a new whip. PARTYNEXTDOOR? He upgraded his carpet game. On this freshly-minted loosie, his first feature since October's Candy, the OVO Sound...Read More
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RyattFienix
Back in January, DJBooth's sister site, RefinedHype.com, declared RyattFienix the next artist to blow. Obviously their editors are not psychic, but they are totally on to something. The artist's last...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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August Alsina
When I refer to an artist “blessing” the Booth with a new record, I'm usually being metaphorical. Not this time; August Alsina's new single, the second off his debut set, is quite literally a...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Muzi
If the DJBooth were to have a Valentine, it might just be Muzi. Not only are we enamored with his unique R&B talents, but we sorta have a thing going with him. His last two albums, Somnolence and...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Rita Ora
Promising new artists crawl out the woodwork every day, but only a vanishingly small number of them have the creativity, integrity and staying power to keep their listeners satisfied, time after time....Read More
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Travis
Travie McCoy wasn't always the debonair hip-pop hitmaker he is today. Far from it, in fact. On Keep On Keepin' On, the Gym Class Hero's latest promo cut, we get a lyrical portrait of the artist as a...Read More
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20
Sir Sly
Easter is still a month away, but a certain rabbit's already dropped by the Booth with a surprise for our readers—and you don't even have to search the backyard to find it. On his latest promo...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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Christon Gray
This is only Christon Gray's first feature on our pages, but the indie-R&B buzzmaker is already thinking of packing his things, jumping in his car and Vanishing over the horizon. I'm sincerely hoping...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Rockboy K9
Rockboy K9's first (and, to date, only) Booth feature, January 2013's Cherry Pie, found him expressing his misgivings regarding rappers' focus on money above all else. A year and change later, though,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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SZA
For most rising artists, securing a guest 16 from an artist as in-demand as Chance the Rapper would be difficult and expensive. With SZA's clout and connects, however, it's Childs Play. While this...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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