R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - July 31, 2011

August 1, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Melanie Fiona
Back in December, when Gone & Never Coming Back was enjoying high ratings from DJBooth Nation, Melanie Fiona fans were anxiously awaiting a release for her cleverly/obscenely/punnily titled new album,...Read More
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Lloyd
I know what you're thinking: “An R&B record titled Naked? This could only be about one thing.” Not so fast—in actuality, Lloyd's new single finds him espousing a philosophy of militant nudism,...Read More
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Jah Cure
Jah Cure may not visit the Booth as frequently as we'd like (his last feature was way back in October 2010) but, when he does, reader acclaim consistently follows. Though two tracks could hardly have...Read More
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Jennifer Lopez
Don't be fooled by the upbeat sound of Jennifer Lopez's new Danja-produced single Starting Over - as the title suggests, the subject of the song centers around the dissolution of her marriage to...Read More
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Akon
Logically speaking, if an individual qualifies for "survivor" status at any point in his or her life, all that's necessary in order to retain that status is not to die. Nonetheless, Akon evidently...Read More
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Drake
We interrupt your regularly-scheduled programming for a breaking story: Young Money megastar Drake has Trust Issues when it comes to women. Also, the sky is blue, water is wet and the Pope is...Read More
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David Guetta
David Guetta's last Booth-featured single, Where Dem Girls At, found guest star Flo Rida suffering from what a social psychologist would call choice overload: with so many fine females at the local...Read More
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Nikkiya
With her out-the-box Booth debut, sultry smokers' anthem When I Was High, Nikkiya set herself up as a breed apart from your usual, romantically preoccupied R&B songstress. Of course, that's not to say...Read More
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Far East Movement
Much like the ever-popular “Why?,” the question “So What?” has the power of derailing any conversation into a pointless, potentially infinite series of queries (and, if you press the issue for...Read More
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Pitbull
If you're average recording artist is an artisan, meticulously hand-crafting each record before releasing it to the public, then Pitbull is a one-man assembly line. That's not a criticism of his work...Read More
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Nikki Jean
Lupe Fiasco sure knows how to pick 'em—by “'em,” I mean up-and-coming female singer-songwriters whose talents deserve a national platform. Though she took a little longer to make her solo Booth...Read More
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Rihanna
Released in May as single numero quatre off the Bajan songstress' Loud LP, California King Bed was Rihanna's shot at a power ballad—screaming guitar solo and all. So, why flip the record into a more...Read More
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Mann
On Get It Girl, a club-banging standout cut (and potential single) off his debut album, Los Angeles emcee Mann comes together with club heavyweight T-Pain to pay tribute to a certain alluring female's...Read More
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Lloyd
On the latest single off his forthcoming senior album, Young Goldie crooner Lloyd makes a play for the affections of a fly female, telling her he's like to Be the One to kiss her goodnight. Over the...Read More
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Monica
While it seemed like the release of her successful album Still Standing would mark a comeback for Monica, the singer has been mostly quiet on the musical front since then. Does that make new single...Read More
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Beyoncé
Run the World (Girls), the lead single off Beyoncé senior set, was an audacious banger along the línes of Single Ladies, while the second pick, Best Thing I Never Had, found the Destiny's Child alum...Read More
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Jaiden
A lot of people have talent, but that’s not enough to make it. Others have talent but not the drive, money but not the passion. To truly succeed in music you need all of the above, and its beginning...Read More
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Jay Sean
The last time we heard from Jay Sean he was doing his best Love in the Club impression on the dance floor throbbing Hit the Lights. Well, apparently the Cash Money crooner has been doing some yoga and...Read More
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Gym Class Heroes
When Travie McCoy struck out on his own to drop Booth-acclaimed, commercially-successful solo debut Lazarus, some fans feared that the Cali hitmaker was angling to leave his former crew behind. If you...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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