R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - July 10, 2011

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Monica
While it seemed like the release of her successful album Still Standing would mark a comeback for Monica, the singer has been mostly quiet on the musical front since then. Does that make new single...Read More
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2
David Guetta
David Guetta's last Booth-featured single, Where Dem Girls At, found guest star Flo Rida suffering from what a social psychologist would call choice overload: with so many fine females at the local...Read More
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3
Pitbull
If you're average recording artist is an artisan, meticulously hand-crafting each record before releasing it to the public, then Pitbull is a one-man assembly line. That's not a criticism of his work...Read More
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4
B.o.B
Big-money dreams come in many shapes and sizes, but if there's one item that ranks high on most every rapper's post-windfall agenda, it's undoubtedly: “Get Mama a House.” (And if she's already got...Read More
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5
Kelly Rowland
Just how effective was Kelly Rowland's last single in helping listeners achieve success beyond their wildest dreams? Well, on the Billboard #1 single's official remix, several heavyweight guests offer...Read More
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6
Jay Sean
The last time we heard from Jay Sean he was doing his best Love in the Club impression on the dance floor throbbing Hit the Lights. Well, apparently the Cash Money crooner has been doing some yoga and...Read More
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7
Beyoncé
As excellent as supposed “second single” 1 + 1 was, the fact that Beyoncé neglected to say “no backsies” at any point in the record should have tipped us off to the fact that the selection...Read More
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8
Beyoncé
Run the World (Girls), the lead single off Beyoncé senior set, was an audacious banger along the línes of Single Ladies, while the second pick, Best Thing I Never Had, found the Destiny's Child alum...Read More
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9
Mann
If you cherish fond memories of a certain '97 breakout single by Mark Morrison well, you're in for a treat. Today, The Mack re-returns, Dr. Who style, in a new incarnation. Los Angeles emcee Mann dons...Read More
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10
Tinie Tempah
While rock and R&B import artists from England to the U.S. on a seemingly daily basis, so far U.K. hip-hop artists have found crossing the proverbial pond a tricky proposition (word to Dizzee Rascal)....Read More
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11
The Knux
With She's So Up, the lead single off their sophomore set, The Knux abandoned all traditional hip-hop trappings—save for flowed verses—in favor of a driving, guitar-driven rock vibe (one reader...Read More
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12
Muzi
He said “In the scheme of things…I’m not a factor at all.” Definitely words to think about in a world where people seem hellbent on multi-tasking and making the simplest things as complicated...Read More
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13
Kid CuDi
When Lupe departed from hip-hop to record a post-punk LP as Japanese Cartoon, I was intrigued; when Weezy announced his intent to follow up critical and commercial blockbuster Carter III with a rock...Read More
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14
Beyoncé
Before you say a word, yes I'm writing about Beyoncé. Yes, Beyoncé Knowles the singer. Ha! I hope you don't have a problem with a self-proclaimed Hip-Hop head commenting on some R&B, but I actually...Read More
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15
Lloyd
From his hit single Lay It Down to his latest solo release Be the One, Lloyd just can’t seem to make music we’re not feeling. Which means his Cal Ripken-esque streak is on the line with the...Read More
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16
Pleasure P
While DJBooth always focuses on the music, we’ll let the fine folks at the gossip sites bury themselves in dirt, I’d be remiss if I didn’t at least mention that the last few months have been...Read More
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17
Shwayze (Aaron Smith)
Originally featured way back in August of 2010, Shwayze's epistolary banger, Love Letter, returns in a newly-revamped version as the title track and lead single off his forthcoming EP. While the...Read More
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18
Pitbull
Perhaps inspired by Weezy's use of The Banana Boat Song on 6'7", Latin-rap heavyweight takes inspiration fromthe calypso singer's Shake Señora on his latest feature, a remixed version of a standout...Read More
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19
Novel
Novel’s never been one to shy away from revealing the details of his personal life – name another artist who puts out songs about his depression prone mother – but on the ATL to L.A. singer,...Read More
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