R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - February 15, 2014

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1
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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Jennifer Lopez
After more than a quarter-century in the game, Jennifer Lopez is still the Same Girl she was when she laid down her first vocal track. On the follow-up to January promo cut Girls, the veteran pop...Read More
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3
Angelique Sabrina
A first DJBooth feature is a big step for an up-and-coming artist. Is Angelique Sabrina truly prepared? On her latest promotional single, the New Providence, Bahamas singer/songwriter offers a clear...Read More
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Trey Songz
While we were on break for the holidays, R&B heavyweight Trey Songz sneaked into our office and left a little something underneath the Christmas tree. Namely, a brand new loosie titled “Na Na.”...Read More
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5
Elijah Blake
Relationships work best when the partners have shared interests, so it should come as no surprise that R&B singer Elijah Blake's significant other is as anxious to show off her pipes as he is to show...Read More
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6
Sebastian Mikael
Some people, when they realize a relationship is falling apart, will prudently quit while they're ahead. Rising R&B star Sebastian Mikael, on the other hand, ain't about to let love go without...Read More
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7
Pleasure P
With Valentine's Day fast approaching, the single among us are undoubtedly spending more time than usual browsing old flames' Facebook pages, thinking about what might have been and maybe even...Read More
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8
Shakira
There was something Shakira was planning to do today, but it just isn't coming to mind... Oh, right: the international pop star was going to not think about a certain man. If you haven't guessed from...Read More
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9
Miguel
Oftentimes, it's the Simplethings in life that are the most gratifying. Like starting your day with a fresh cut from RCA Records recording artist Miguel, for example. Part of the official soundtrack...Read More
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10
Chris James
Gonna be spending next Friday night at home with Netflix, while all your friends are enjoying romantic dinners with their significant others? Yeah, me too. Rather than feeling down about being alone,...Read More
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11
Mike Posner
Once upon a time, Mike Posner thought a major-label deal would spell the end of all his problems—from his financial woes to his emotional insecurities. While it certainly helped with the former, it...Read More
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12
Ashanti
No, you haven’t magically time-traveled back to 2003; it is still 2013 and this is a new single (released to iTunes earlier this week) from Ashanti. Need proof that I Got It is actually from this...Read More
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13
Disclosure
Did Bishop Nehru's You Stressin, featured yesterday, leave you hungry for more of Disclosure's inimitably chill, yet body-moving production? You're in luck; today, the UK beat duo returns to our pages...Read More
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14
Luke James
Last year, Luke James surprised listeners in the Booth with Love Chile, a sensual cut which turned out to have absolutely nothing to do with red peppers. Encouraged by that record's positive...Read More
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Olivia Louise
As Dave Chappelle taught us, cocaine is a hell of a drug. So it should come as no surprise that Olivia Louise's first DJBooth feature, Cocaine, is a hell of a song. Part of a forthcoming, self-titled...Read More
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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
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17
Ellie Goulding
James Blake has been getting a lot of attention in the Booth lately, despite not having a solo feature to his name. January's Retro-Wilheim saw Alex Isley cover not one but two songs by the British...Read More
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18
will.i.am
A $75 million net worth, countless hit records, fans all over the world... yeah, if I were will.i.am, I'd be Feelin' Myself, too. On a fresh single off the brand new re-release of his latest...Read More
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Justin Timberlake
Having knocked listeners off their feet with TKO, the second single off his latest LP, Justin Timberlake returns with an official remix that packs an even stronger punch. As well it should, given that...Read More
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20
G. Montana
For a newer artist, collaborating with a more solidified artist can do wonders for the start of your career. While most rookies will usually let their bigger guest name do the work, G. Montana isn't...Read More
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21
Afrojack
I'm not gonna lie: sometimes it feels weird as hell to sit in front of my desk at 11:00 AM on a weekday, listening to bass-booming club music. DJ Afrojack's latest single, The Spark, is one of those...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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I/O (Ayo Olatunji)
Craving something with a soulful, understated vibe? Well, you're on the Right Track. I/O, the singer and producer who hooked up with the Booth to drop debut street album Isolation in summer of 2012,...Read More
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Ne-Yo
Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, something Luxurious is also gonna put a sizable dent in your bankroll. Ne-Yo's latest feature is that rare exception: despite its undeniably opulent vibe, listening...Read More
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