R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - January 11, 2014

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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
Posted one year ago by richard
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Beyoncé
Just in case you've been hanging out under a rock this holiday season, Beyoncé shocked the world last Friday with the surprise release of a new, self-titled album, which came complete with 17 music...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Jay Sean
On breakout hit Best I Ever Had, Drake let his girl know that he preferred her with no makeup on. Jay Sean takes his YMCMB labelmate's logic to its inevitable conclusion on his latest mixtape single,...Read More
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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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Snoop Lion
Snoop Lion and Snoop Dogg have very different outlooks on the world, but all of Calvin Broadus's personae have at least one thing in common: they like to “Smoke the Weed every day.” The latest...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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JMSN
Those who have followed JSMN's features on our pages know that he's one of the most-remixed artists in DJBooth history. So it was pretty much a given that we'd be featuring at least two versions of...Read More
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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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Lady Gaga
On Do What U Want, the hit second single off Lady Gaga's latest full-length, the hitmaking pop songstress displayed a new, soulful edge that caused many critics to compare her to Christina Aguilera....Read More
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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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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
Posted one year ago by richard
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August Alsina
Amid all the activity of the holiday season, it's easy to lose track of what's going on in the music game; I know I'm still getting back up to speed. Def Jam fast-riser August Alsina isn't about to...Read More
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Jr. Hi
We've all got a few Secrets; some of us just have more than others. In the case of Jr. Hi, it would be easier to list off what we do know about him: his name, his profession (recording...Read More
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Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber's been hated on more than just about any other artist to emerge in the past decade, but he's never shown any sign of doubting himself. If nothing else, you've got to admit dude's...Read More
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Clinton Sparks
Featuring 2 Chainz, Macklemore and Chester French's D.A. Wallach going in over stomp-clap percussion and fuzzed-out guitar, Clinton Sparks's Gold Rush was one of the most unconventional hits of 2013....Read More
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Bruno Mars
The fourth single off Bruno Mars's sophomore full-length, Gorilla didn't make it onto our front page in its original form, but we simply couldn't ignore the guest muscle the Atlantic/Elektra Records...Read More
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Tyga
Not featured on the solo tip since August, when he rejoined forces with Rack City collaborator DJ Mustard on album inclusion Throw It Up, Tyga returns to our pages with the official lead single off...Read More
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J. Holiday
J. Holiday likes gentle, intimate sex as much as the next guy, but there's a time and a place for everything. On the lead single off his next LP (his first Booth feature since May 2012's Sign My...Read More
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John Legend
Previously-featured cuts off John Legend's fifth studio album have seen the G.O.O.D. Music crooner incorporating a variety of fresh sounds into his aural palette, often with impressive results. Those...Read More
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Mélat
If you visited DJBooth at all in 2013, you are definitely familiar with the alt-R&B stylings of Mélat. Over the course of the year, she brought us five reader-approved features and a Booth-hosted...Read More
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Mike Posner
RCA recording artist Mike Posner may be doing it big today, but he hasn't forgotten where he came from—nor does he want his fans to. As a reminder that success stories can emerge from the humblest...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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Elijah Blake
Some relationships are flimsy and structurally unsound, like a house built on sand. The love that Def Jam crooner Elijah Blake and his girl share is more like the Towers of Tokyo—rock-solid and...Read More
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Adrian Marcel
Some songs seem perfect at the time of their initial release, but looking back its always astounding to think how popular they became (the Macarena and Crank Dat Souljah Boy come to mind). However,...Read More
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MNEK
What inspired MNEK to put his own spin on Never Leave You (Uh Oooh, Uh Oooh), the 2003 debut single from singer/songwriter and emcee Lumidee? According to the 19-year-old London native (and DJBooth...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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