R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - December 20, 2009

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R. Kelly
Sex in the kitchen, sex in a zoo, sex in a closet, it’s no secret that R. Kelly loves him some sex, and the seemingly inevitable outcome of all that freakiness is the new track Pregnant. Now I...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
2
Jay Sean
With the lead single off his forthcoming U.S. debut album, Lil Wayne collabo Down, Jay Sean made an impact that won't be soon forgotten – last week, the record hit number one on Billboard's Hot 100....Read More
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Chris Brown
With his current single, Crawl, Chris Brown reclaimed his place in the hearts of listeners in the Booth and beyond, earning a more-than-impressive four-star average reader rating and soaring to the...Read More
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4
Melanie Fiona
As Ghostface proved on his most recent album Ghostdini, the Wu-Tang alum’s storytelling skills make him a natural fit for any great r&b track, so before I even listened to the remix to Melanie...Read More
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Usher
Honestly, it hasn’t been a good couple of years for Usher Raymond. Once the undisputed king of the r&b world, lately Usher’s been struggling, releasing a mediocre album Here I Stand, divorcing his...Read More
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6
Taio Cruz
Ever since the founding fathers decided to revolt against the crown Americans have been suspicious of anything coming from the U.K., but just like The Beatles and Rolling Stones in the ‘60s, a new...Read More
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7
Lloyd
If the Booth is any indication – and let’s be honest, it always is – Lloyd’s new project Like Me: The Young Goldie EP is going to be a monster. Pusha proved to be a smash, Take It Off and Like...Read More
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8
Sade
What? How can this be Sade’s debut on the Booth!? She’s been making supremely smooth music for years! Actually, while Sweetest Taboo might seem like just yesterday for us 80s babies, it’s been...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
9
Alicia Keys
Regular readers know all too well how deep my love for Alicia Keys runs (a love which she’s sadly unaware of) so I won’t rehash my feelings again here, except to say that I love nearly everything...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
10
Jay Sean
Likely inspired by the success of Kevin Rudolf's winter '08-'09 anthem Let It Rock, Birdman has been hard at work building Cash Money into a multi-genre behemoth.  One of this scheme's key players is...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Chris Brown
Not since T.I. got busted with enough guns to start a small war has the game seen drama like this. Chris Brown, a young star poised to take over the world, is convicted of beating his equally famous...Read More
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Justin Garner
After hearing Justin Garner's last feature, Soundz-produced ballad Runaway, Booth readers and staff agreed that the Lousiana-bred up-and-comer was headed straight to pop stardom. Now, with the summer...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
13
Usher
I’m not usually one to get into gossip, but Usher’s divorce may be the best thing that could happen for his career. On his last album Here I Stand he was a happily married father, and frankly kind...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
14
Jagged Edge
I know my mind can get a little dirty, but what else are you supposed to think when you hear that notorious baby makers Jagged Edge just put out a new song featuring Trina titled Tip of My Tongue. On...Read More
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15
Omarion
Apparently Omarion’s icebox has finally thawed. Almost three years after the young R&B star became a grown man on his sophomore album 21, Omarion is back with his new single, the marching-band...Read More
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Robin Thicke
Robin Thicke’s new track It’s in the Mornin’ is about f**king. What did you expect? After all, the album’s titled Sex Therapy. Keeping in line with previous releases Meiple and Shakin It for...Read More
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17
Alicia Keys
Now that Alicia Keys has dropped her emotional new album The Element of Freedom I think we can expect half the rappers and DJs on the planet to jump on a track with her. Today DJ Green Lantern became...Read More
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R. Kelly
I won’t front, every time Robert Sylvester Kelly releases a new track I get more excited than Fat Joe at a taco truck. After the insanity that was Trapped in a Closet, I realized that a Kells track...Read More
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Bertell
For those who have exhausted the possibilities offered by the Kama Sutra, new Capitol Records signee Bertell's here to suggest a few new ways to – ahem – Beat It Up. On the second half of his...Read More
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