R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - July 18, 2010

July 19, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Sean Kingston
Let’s be real. A certain percentage of Booth nation saw that teen heartthrob Sean Kingston had a new song with Nicki Minaj called Letting Go (Dutty Love) and skipped right past. Their loss, because...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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The-Dream
Disclaimer: I had to send in this intro mad late. It needed to be tested out, if you know what I mean. Sorry, but when The-Dream releases a new single like Turnt Out, you can’t really understand the...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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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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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
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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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Shareefa
If I were to try and express how long Shareefa's been absent from our frontpage by stretching out my arms like a fisherman describing “the one that got away,” I'd probably end up dislocating my...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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Trey Songz
After a huge year, R&B’s new posterboy Trey Songz is back with the single off his upcoming album Passion, Pain & Pleasure. Utilizing the abilities of Banger University graduate Kane Beatz, Mr. Steal...Read More
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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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
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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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Novel
Sometimes, Red Lights mean “stop;” other times they mean “now recording,” or even “low battery.” But this is an R&B song, so, uh, what do you think they represent? Like TLC before him,...Read More
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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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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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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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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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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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
Posted 5 years ago by richard
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