R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - July 11, 2010

July 12, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Trey Songz
Just in time for the season when folks are driving around with the top down, vibing out to their latest favorites, Trey Songz drops off a new song for fans to add to their summer rotation. Contrary to...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Jazmine Sullivan
2008 was an excellent year for music, due in large part to the contributions of Philly songstress Jazmine Sullivan with her singles Need U Bad (where she couldn’t get over her man), Bust Your...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Alicia Keys
More than five months after Drake did some ad-lib work on Alicia Keys' aching beautiful Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready), for my money the best song off her The Element of Freedom album, Drizzy’s back to...Read More
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Lyfe Jennings
After reading the title of Lyfe Jennings' latest single, Statistics, I wasn't quite sure what to expect – but I was definitely not expecting to hear the Jesus Swings/Asylum/WMG singer deliver a...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
5
I.Y.A.Z
I.Y.A.Z.'s smash-hit debut single found the artist so enamored with a certain female that thoughts of her were running through his head like a catchy melody through an “iPod stuck on replay.”...Read More
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Usher
Before we listen to Usher’s new single OMG let’s take a moment to recognize that nothing less than the fate of text-related singles hangs in the balance. LOL Smiley Face was a travesty, but...Read More
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L Jaye
Have roughly a gazillion artists already written songs about the arousing effects of watching shawtys get low? Yeah. Do rising R&B star L. Jaye and frequent collaborator Jeff Chery have what it takes...Read More
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Shontelle
Shontelle's debut set, released first in Nov. '08 and then re-released in March '09, may not have been the breakout success she was hoping for, but don't think for a second that she's let that...Read More
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9
Ne-Yo
As a child, I would run around the house with a tape deck and spontaneously break out into a dance session doing my best Michael Jackson impressions (come on, I know I wasn’t the only one). I could...Read More
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Sean Kingston
As a kid, I always found the “Eenie Meenie minie mo.” method of decision-making incredibly frustrating. I mean, it's about as far from truly random as you can get, and if you make a miscalculation...Read More
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K. Michelle
Despite a wealth of talent and drive (see her last DJBooth-approved feature Fallin), Memphis crooner K. Michelle has struggled to move forward with her debut album Pain Medicine. But now that none...Read More
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12
Usher
Remember back in elementary school, when even though you were cast as a stage decoration with no lines in the school play, your mother was still the loudest person in the auditorium, screaming...Read More
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Jessica Jarrell
Jessica Jarrell may not be old enough to drive, but don't get it twisted; as demonstrated by her first feature, the teenage Los Angeles singer/songwriter's ready, willing and able to do what it takes...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Kirby Maurier
If you've checked out Miami emcee GhostWridah's recently-released, Booth-sponsored In Love With My Future mixtape, you've already been acquainted with Kirby Maurier, the rising R&B songstress who lent...Read More
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15
Tank
Having recently signed to Atlantic Records, R&B mainstay Tank is gearing up to drop his currently unscheduled new album, Now or Never, with the release of his new single, the bluntly titled Sex Music...Read More
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Ciara
Grind. Dance. Up and down. Ride? Fine with me. What goes better together than heavy bass and lapdances? Nothing! Ciara has returned with a summer smash that will have girls dancing seductively on...Read More
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John Legend
Despite all the changes that hip-hop has gone through over the years, the art of sampling has never left the music. Heck, Jermaine Dupri and Diddy made careers out of sampling and re-inventing songs...Read More
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Bobby V
Maybe it’s because I still have PTSD from the travesty that was Tipsy Texting, but any song with phone sound effects instantly makes me cringe. Thankfully Bobby V’s new Phone #, the first single...Read More
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Raphael Saadiq
As we first saw when Nas took on Slick Rick’s classic track Hey Young World, Levi’s Pioneer Sessions series is dedicated to having today’s biggest artists covering the trailblazing songs they...Read More
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