R&B / Pop Music Chart
R&B / Pop Chart - Slow down and enjoy 20 of the hottest R&B / Pop tracks out right now. Created by combining how many times the song has been played with your ratings, DJBooth's charts help turn today's brand new music into tomorrow's hit tracks.
February 20, 2012 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s Top R&B Chart! As always, your feedback has determined which songs made the cut. Each chart’s lineup is calculated using a special DJBooth Formula that …...Read More
With the downright epic delays that have plagued Cassie's sophomore full-length, it seems like it's going to take nothing short of a miracle to get the set onto Bad Boy's calendar. And what better time to make some magic...Read More
Jenny Bapst first (and to date only) Booth feature, December 2010's Greater Love, saw her expressing her gratitude to a guy who had held her down through thick and thin. A year and change later, however, the relationship...Read More
While men have largely struggled to make the transition from U.K. sensations to successful American imports, the same hasn’t held true for British females. In fact, from Adele to Estelle, women raised on the other side of...Read More
When I first saw the title of Jori King's latest feature, I instantly knew what the song was about: the singer wakes up next to a beautiful woman, slips out from under the covers and cooks her a delicious meal as thanks for a...Read More
Having achieved considerable global success with Good Feeling, the lead single off his forthcoming fourth studio album (the sequel to 2010's Only One Flo LP), Flo Rida returns to repeat the trick with the slightly more...Read More
Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Winter Solstice wish granted; today, the Birthday Sex hitmaker ends more than a year's absence from the Booth (save for the occasional guest feature, he's been M.O.A. since August 2010's Down on...Read More
Previously released as part of DJ Wonda's latest Tough Love tape, Ne-Yo's The Way You Move has just received a promotion to lead single off the R&B hitmaker's next studio album. And it's not hard to see why; presented here in...Read More
A Luanda, Angola native who adapted to U.S. culture by studying the music and fashion of the late, great Michael Jackson, Ballad combines classic R&B/pop stylings with a uniquely global sensibility. Appropriately, the indie...Read More
Can you really win someone's heart back by pouring out your feelings on wax (or less anachronistically, in binary code)? Indie crooner Jason Caesar banked on the possibility on his latest effort, the DJBooth-premiered Radio,...Read More
While Nicki Minaj didn't take home any trophies this past Sunday, she did do her part to keep the Grammys weird, staging a mock-exorcism of her deranged alter-ego Roman Zolanski. With the public still buzzing about that...Read More
Kirby Maurier may be an R&B singer rather than a rapper, but that doesn't mean she can't represent (“...represent, represent!”) for classic hip-hop. On newly-leaked EP cut Da' Lick, the South Florida songbird exhibits a...Read More
On We Found Love, the lead single off Rihanna's sixth studio album (originally featured in September of 2011), the pop songstress recounted how a chance encounter on the dancefloor left her lovestruck. Four months later, the...Read More
Ready to get Sleazy, Booth readers? Personally, I'm leaning toward the negative--I try not to get sleazy before 7:00 in the evening, and it's just shy of 11:15 AM as I write this. Even so, I'm not blind to the grimy appeal of...Read More
Just in case previously-featured jams Everything About You and Sleepover didn't convince you that you need to cop Tony Williams' just-released debut set ASAP, the G.O.O.D. Music singer has stepped into the Booth with yet...Read More
Many a dope song has been lost in the fog of hip-hop history because a sample couldn’t be cleared, but thanks to the wonder of the digital age artists facing a sample barrier too high to climb can now take matters into...Read More
Click “Listen” to watch The-Dream’s “ROC” video.
After a relatively quiet, but still quite successful 2011 (the self-proclaimed “Radio Killa” didn't get a new album onto store shelves, but he did drop a number...Read More
Remember that scene in Alice in Wonderland where the heroine cried so hard that (thanks to the shrinking effects of the famous “Eat Me” cake) she nearly drowned in her own tears? Well, it's a damn good thing magic cake...Read More
Let me help you out, guys. When you’re putting together your get down playlist for this coming Valentine’s Day (yep, it’s this coming Tuesday), you might dig Akinyele’s Put It In Your Mouth, but your lady will Usain...Read More
Time for a history lesson, readers. In 1965, the great Otis Redding, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, wrote and recorded a song entitled Respect. Two years later, in 1967, the equally great Aretha Franklin (the...Read More
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