R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - January 09, 2011

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Ciara
They say what happens at the club stays at the club, right? Until you hear Turn It Up and it reminds you of EVERYTHING you did the previous night. Whether you’re a fine female out with her friends...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
2
The Lonely Island
Here's a Zen koan for y'all: do The Lonely Island make comedy records that just so happen to take the form of hip-hop, or do they make hip-hop records that just so happen to be about completely...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Trey Songz
Sometimes, when you feel overwhelmed by the constant flood of (not always very good) new music, you have to step away and go for that slower joint that will really let you catch your breath....Read More
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4
Lloyd
I know what you're thinking: “A new track from Lloyd, and it's titled Lay It Down? That's gotta be about getting it on.” Not so fast – in actuality, the R&B singer's first single as a Zone...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
5
R. Kelly
Who knows if R. Kelly is feeling Trey Songz’ challenge to his throne, but either way the Pied Piper has emerged with new music to re-assert his place in the royal chambers of R&B. Title track and...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Diddy-Dirty Money
Judge him for his questionable handling of (others’) finances, or the fact that he has an arsenal of ghostwriters on deck for every syllable he spits, but one thing you cannot deny about Diddy is...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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T-Pain
T-Pain is many things – the god of auto-tune, the owner of a Big Ass Chain – but he’s also a marketing genius, and last week he came up with a brilliant new idea. Instead of simply leaking a...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
8
LMFAO
The title of LMFAO's forthcoming sophomore set may suggest that the Los Angeles natives are Sorry for Party Rocking, but their latest single tells a very different story. As you may have surmised,...Read More
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9
Ne-Yo
There are over six billion people on the planet, and approximately three billion of them are women. So when a r&b singer softly croons that his lady is One in a Million, if you do your math he’s...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
10
Nicki Minaj
With heavyweight femcee Nicki Minaj on the mic and superproducer J.R. Rotem behind the boards, listeners with basic pattern-recognition skills may think they know what to expect: a diabolically...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
11
Miguel
In pop music as in love, the only Sure Thing is that there are no sure things. (And before anyone says anything, yes, I do realize that statement is self-contradictory.) Judging by the positive Booth...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
12
Charlie Wilson
Although the young, casual music fan may know Charlie Wilson more for his guest work with Kanye (today’s Good Friday, See Me Now) or Snoop (Can’t Say Goodbye, SD Is Out), the man has been churning...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
13
Trey Songz
Trey Songz has been scaring me lately. Actually, correction: Atlantic Records has been scaring me lately. It’s been Trey Day every day for the last year and a half, and I had feared that the crooner...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
14
R. Kelly
Even though R. Kelly’s been out of the spotlight recently, no one sets the mood better than my man Kells, and his new single When a Woman Loves, reminds us why the Chi-Town crooner’s a...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
15
Melanie Fiona
Looking back on 2010 it’s clear that in many ways this was the year of the woman. From Nicki Minaj’s raps to Alicia Keys' Empire State hook and much more, strong women like Melanie Fiona took...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
16
Rihanna
When Eminem dropped Recovery this past June, the world shook. While the album’s first single, Not Afraid, did beyond well, it was his controversial collaboration with Rihanna, Love the Way You Lie,...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
17
Diddy-Dirty Money
Still promoting the belief that auto-tune isn't quite dead, Diddy’s Dirty Money crew continue to push forward, even if their Last Train to Paris isn't scheduled to be boarded until later this fall....Read More
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18
Colby O'Donis
Like Gravity, love is a force which influences each and every one of us, no matter how hard we try to keep on an even keel. And, like gravity, love has a knack for bowling us over when we least expect...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Michael Jackson
Now, this is more like it. After listening to last week's Breaking News, Michael Jackson fans were left scratching their heads thinking “What is this? Is it even MJ? Why are they releasing this at...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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