R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - April 03, 2011

April 4, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Chris Brown
After a tear-stained MJ Tribute, a hit single that’s also become popular slang (Deuces) and a growing number of guest features (see Keri Hilson’s One Night Stand), I think it’s safe to say that...Read More
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Jennifer Lopez
In 2003 Jennifer Lopez was unarguably one of the biggest stars on the planet, regularly cranking out top ten hits and sold out shows, while Lil Wayne was mostly known for coining “drop it like...Read More
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Diddy-Dirty Money
Although The Last Train to Paris may have left the station, or arrived at the station, or whatever the right analogy is back in December, Diddy and his Dirty Money crew (a.k.a. Diddy Money) are still...Read More
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Bruno Mars
With a soulful voice and even more harmonious tunes, one man has captured the hearts of girls everywhere. Hint: He probably wrote one of your favorite songs and he isn’t Canadian. Since that rules...Read More
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Miguel
In pop music as in love, the only Sure Thing is that there are no sure things. (And before anyone says anything, yes, I do realize that statement is self-contradictory.) Judging by the positive Booth...Read More
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New Boyz
As reader responses to their various features attest, there were many who initially thought Skinny Jeans and a Mic duo New Boyz weren't built to last. Too Cool to Care what the doubters think,...Read More
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Jennifer Hudson
In late January, we featured Jennifer Hudson's current single, Where You At, on our homepage. Roughly eight weeks later, the song is charting in the Top 20 across multiple radio formats and has...Read More
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8
The Weeknd
Tunes appropriate for late nights filled with bottle-popping revelry are never in short supply, but what about The Morning after, when you wake up with the room spinning and a headache the size of...Read More
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Bruno Mars
If you watched the Grammys like I did (on delay, shouts to YouTube), you might have caught the performance of a man who goes by the name of Bruno Mars. I’ve been a fan of the Hawaiian crooner since...Read More
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Ryan Leslie
Anyone who’s followed Ryan Leslie over the last few years knows that this Harvard alum has more overall talent than a lot of his R&B contemporaries. His new song, Joan of Arc, shows Leslie’s...Read More
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Trey Songz
Sometimes, when you feel overwhelmed by the constant flood of (not always very good) new music, you have to step away and go for that slower joint that will really let you catch your breath....Read More
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Jay Sean
If I told you that Cash Money crooner Jay Sean was in the market for another hit on the level of his breakthrough smash Down you’d probably take a look at the charts and recommend some kind of...Read More
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The Dean's List
In a word, The Dean's List are “different.” Different from who? From everybody. Whether they're sampling country-popsters The Band Perry or titling their latest promo single (a Booth-exclusive...Read More
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Bobby V
Yes, yes. We know that Bobby V. dropped Fly on the Wall today, so fans of Mr. Valentino have already checked out most of the album already. What what we have in store for you today, however, didn't...Read More
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Willow Smith
In the 17th century the daughter of world renowned celebrities couldn’t have dreamed of releasing a hit single (Whip My Hair), signing to Roc Nation and quickly becoming an overnight celebrity in...Read More
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Nicki Minaj
2010 has definitely been good to Nicki Minaj. Love it it or hate it, she's been a ubiquitous presence that has forced the world to take notice, racking up countless song features, magazine spreads,...Read More
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Chris Brown
The last time I took a glance at the work Chris Brown was bringing on for his upcoming F.A.M.E. project, due out March 22, it was the Look at Me Now cut that Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne absolutely...Read More
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Jamie Foxx
Jamie Foxx was riding high after the extraordinary success of his previous album Intuition, but the build-up to his next full-length has repeatedly hit a roadblock that can’t simply be blamed on the...Read More
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Rihanna
Remember when Rihanna was an innocent pop songstress, content to invite a dude to join her under her Umbrella? My, how times have changed. On S&M, single numero quatre off her latest studio album, the...Read More
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