R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - August 11, 2013

August 12, 2013 Chart Recap*Last week’s......Read More

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Drake
Featured on our pages just last Thursday, Drake's All Me leaned heavily on the rap side of the spectrum. Fans of his more R&B-informed material had no reason to fear, though; today, the T-Dot hitmaker...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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Jason Derulo
During his international travels, Jason DeRulo often finds himself unable to converse with locals in their native tongue. When it comes to spitting game to beautiful women, however, the R&B/pop singer...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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The Weeknd
According to Sigmund Freud, flying in dreams is always a veiled reference to sex. (So is almost everything else, but I digress...) The Weeknd follows in the father of psychoanalysis' footsteps on...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
4
Hoodie Allen
Damn, Hoodie, slow down! Just last Wednesday, Hoodie Allen dropped an acoustic version of his hit single No Interruption. While we could have basked in that cut's afterglow for weeks, the artist is...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
5
Chris Brown
Chris Brown isn't the type to leave a job half done—especially when he's putting in work between the sheets. On Love More, the latest single off his sixth studio album, the R&B hitmaker informs his...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
6
Wanz
Back in May, Thrift Shop hookman WANZ made his first foray into the solo Booth spotlight with Tell Me One More Time, the lead single off his next EP. Today, the independent singer, songwriter and...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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Justin Timberlake
With the rotation his recent hits have received on dancefloors worldwide, I think any fair-minded clubgoer would admit that Justin Timberlake's had the evening on lock. So when the pop heavyweight...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
8
Jade Alston
Featured, along with its official visuals, in December of 2012, Jade Alston's Missing You Lately has received the official remix treatment courtesy of two somewhat surprising collaborators. Tec Beatz,...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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The-Dream
The-Dream's last feature, single selection Where Have You Been, saw him sharing a tender moment with Kelly Rowland. Now, with his new album so close I can almost taste it, the Radio Killa has...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
10
PARTYNEXTDOOR
Over Here at the DJBooth, we like to feature music from a wide variety of artists; that isn't so easy, though, when Drake decides to drop multiple cuts in a single weekend. The third newly-released...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
11
Mario
Getting dumped is one thing; getting dumped and watching the man or woman you love run straight into the arms of Somebody Else is... well, it's f**king devastating. Unfortunately, that's exactly the...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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Lili K.
In mid-July, songstress Lili K. made her grand entrance into the Booth with Summertime Valentine, an innovative hybrid of Sondheim and Gershwin's Summertime and Rodgers and Hart's My Funny Valentine....Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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Jeremih
As any emcee will tell you, a guest feature can make or break an album; you can have the best names in the biz on your cut, but if you don’t come with it your song won't catch on, and you might even...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
14
Robin Thicke
Blurred Lines, the hit lead single and title track off Robin Thicke's next studio album, saw the Star Trak/Interscope soul man struggling to decode the mixed signals of a shorty he hoped to lure away...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
15
Kelly Rowland
On 1970 classic Big Yellow Taxi, Joni Mitchell oberved, “Don't it always seem to go, that you don't know what you got till it's Gone?” Kelly Rowland isn't immune to the pull of nostalgia, but...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
16
John Legend
Previously-featured cuts off John Legend's fifth studio album have seen the G.O.O.D. Music crooner incorporating a variety of fresh sounds into his aural palette, often with impressive results. Those...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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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
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
18
Taps
Last we heard from Taps, on April's With You, he was convinced that he had finally found Mrs. Right. Unfortunately, it seems to have been another false alarm; fast-forward four months, and we find the...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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The Weeknd
Should music be under the control of the rights-holder, or does it Belong to the World? The Weeknd seems to be of the latter school of thought; the use of Portishead's Machine Gun on his new single,...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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Hoodie Allen
Some songs are a great accompaniment while you're attention is pointed elsewhere, because you can pause them and come right back without missing a beat, but this acoustic rendition of Hoodie Allen’s...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard

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21
Aarron Tyson
A great song isn’t the product of smoke, mirrors and grand illusions; it comes from talent, dedication and hard work. Despite showcasing all three of the aforementioned qualities on his Booth debut,...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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Sean Kingston
Seasonal employment is a bit of a raw deal—you work for a couple months without the benefits of a full-time gig, and when your time is up, you just might be eligible for a permanent position. (In...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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Meek DeMeo
With only one other feature under his belt (February’s Hallucinogen), Meek DeMeo is still a pretty new face to Boothies. It was a good idea, then, to enlist the guest services of a very familiar...Read More
Posted about 2 years ago by richard
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