R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - February 02, 2013

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Kelly Rowland
Everyone has a particular spot—on their temple, their neck, their back--where a pair of pressed lips are guaranteed to cause butterflies. Kelly Rowland? Let's just say she likes her Kisses Down Low....Read More
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Nelly
Released in 1983, one of Prince's biggest hits recounted a one-night stand with a woman as sleek and fast as a Little Red Corvette. As it turns out, Nelly's also into comparing females to sports cars,...Read More
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The Weeknd
Last week, Republic Records recording artist Until the Ribbon Breaks earned rave reader reviews for Pressure, a shapeshifting, Mr. MFN eXquire-assisted cut that packed more ideas into four and a half...Read More
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Rihanna
On the lead single off Rihanna's forthcoming full-length, originally featured back in late September, the pop songstress announced her intent to “shine bright, like a diamond.” And shine she did;...Read More
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Frank Ocean
Whether it's a new pair of Jordans or not getting that date with the fair lady you’ve been courting, you don’t always get what you want. Another example is Hip Hop’s strong desire for an Outkast...Read More
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The Lonely Island
As a group that's built its name on transforming ridiculous rap clichés into comedy gold, it was only a matter of time before The Lonely Island took on the YOLO movement. The group's latest video...Read More
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Bruno Mars
Yesterday on Twitter, Bruno Mars admitted that the release of his sophomore set's final pre-album single had him feeling a little shaken up: "Soon you guys will hear a song I wrote called When I Was...Read More
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John Legend
Despite the excitement surrounding the upcoming Tarantino flick, along with Ricky Rozay and producer Jamie Foxx' star power, Django Unchained lead single 100 Black Coffins failed to wow listeners in...Read More
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Avant
Can Best Friends become lovers without losing the comfortable relationship they'd previously shared? That's the question we find Avant pondering on the latest single off his seventh studio LP. Over...Read More
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B Smyth
It may be the first Booth feature for newcomer B Smyth, but the Motown-signed singer already has friends in high places. On his major label debut single, Leggo, Smyth is joined by stripper-loving...Read More
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Emerson Brooks
MAYDAY, MAYDAY—we have a man down! No need to send help, though; while Emerson Brooks' latest solo feature finds the T-Dot singer/songwriter in free fall after knocking back a few shots too many,...Read More
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Bruno Mars
For those who think Bruno Mars is strictly a pop artist, you might want to reconsider that assessment thanks to potential new single, Natalie. Sure, the latest featured effort from Mars’ sophomore...Read More
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Trey Songz
Despite what you may think Trey Songz’ new pseudo-ballad Fumble is not an ode to Jets starting QB Mark Sanchez, who has a tendency to cough up the rock. Although not a professional football player,...Read More
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Dido
If you're a hip-hop head who knows Dido as "Stan's girlfriend,” the UK singer/songwriter probably hasn't been on your radar for a minute, though she's released a handful of successful albums between...Read More
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Kevin McCall
Someone check the calendar. I thought it was January 18, but apparently it is April 20. How else can you explain the word “high” appearing in the titles of three Booth features all in the same...Read More
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Jeremih
Jeremih likes his Birthday Sex, but the Windy City R&B hitmaker doesn't need a special occasion to get it in. In fact, if the Def Jam signee didn't have a musical career to attend to, he and his girl...Read More
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Cher Lloyd
Some artists fake, or exaggerate their gangsta lifestyle, but I don’t think anyone would dare question Juicy J’s gangsta-osity (definitely not a word). Despite his undeniable street cred as a...Read More
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Cassie
The All Gold Everything movement just keeps on growing. Earlier this month, we heard T.I., Young Jeezy and 2 Chainz contribute guest bars to the official remix of Trinidad James' breakout hit. Now, a...Read More
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Ester Dean
Last featured in late December, when she earned lukewarm reader reviews for EP video single Baby Making Love, Ester Dean returns to kick off her 2013 with unreleased loosie How You Love It?. In...Read More
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Ciara
In the event you do not follow the ever important world of celebrity dating, rumor has it that Ciara and Future are a couple. Thanks to her latest effort, a prospective single off her forthcoming...Read More
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Cee-Lo Green
Some people, when they're suffering from a broken heart, have a tendency to express their hurt by saying stupid, vindictive things to or about the person they love. Things like “f**k you,” and...Read More
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Ludacris
Did you enjoy popping bottles, pounding back shots, and (of course) getting it in to Representin, single numero dos off Ludacris' eighth studio album? Well, I have it on the authority of none other...Read More
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Stacy Barthe
If you have a phenomenal memory, you may remember Stacy Barthe as the singer who contributed guest vocals to Mateo's Looking You Up this past July. Today, the recent Motown signee returns to properly...Read More
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