R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - July 24, 2011

July 25, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Lloyd
With 2010 smash F*ck You, Cee-Lo Green discovered that obscenity-laced tirades and vintage-soul-informed grooves went together as improbably well as french fries and ice cream (Try it—it's...Read More
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Miguel
Based on the title of his latest effort, you might pigeonhole Miguel as another typical male, more interested in a mindless Quickie than candlelit dinners and deep conversation. And you'd be...Read More
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3
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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Theophilus London
With an acclaimed debut EP under his belt, alt-rap innovator Theophilus London is nearly ready to take the plunge and release a studio album. Today, the Trinidad-born, Brooklyn-raised singer/rapper...Read More
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5
Rihanna
Released in May as single numero quatre off the Bajan songstress' Loud LP, California King Bed was Rihanna's shot at a power ballad—screaming guitar solo and all. So, why flip the record into a more...Read More
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Melanie Fiona
Back in December, when Gone & Never Coming Back was enjoying high ratings from DJBooth Nation, Melanie Fiona fans were anxiously awaiting a release for her cleverly/obscenely/punnily titled new album,...Read More
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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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Akon
Logically speaking, if an individual qualifies for "survivor" status at any point in his or her life, all that's necessary in order to retain that status is not to die. Nonetheless, Akon evidently...Read More
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9
Far East Movement
Much like the ever-popular “Why?,” the question “So What?” has the power of derailing any conversation into a pointless, potentially infinite series of queries (and, if you press the issue for...Read More
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10
Nikki Jean
Lupe Fiasco sure knows how to pick 'em—by “'em,” I mean up-and-coming female singer-songwriters whose talents deserve a national platform. Though she took a little longer to make her solo Booth...Read More
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Lloyd
On the latest single off his forthcoming senior album, Young Goldie crooner Lloyd makes a play for the affections of a fly female, telling her he's like to Be the One to kiss her goodnight. Over the...Read More
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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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Gym Class Heroes
When Travie McCoy struck out on his own to drop Booth-acclaimed, commercially-successful solo debut Lazarus, some fans feared that the Cali hitmaker was angling to leave his former crew behind. If you...Read More
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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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Jennifer Lopez
Don't be fooled by the upbeat sound of Jennifer Lopez's new Danja-produced single Starting Over - as the title suggests, the subject of the song centers around the dissolution of her marriage to...Read More
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16
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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The-Dream
You've gotta love a two-for-one—though The-Dream wasn't able to drop the fourth installment in his Love series today (as was originally planned) due to label red tape, the pop heavyweight made up...Read More
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18
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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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
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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