R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - July 09, 2012

July 9, 2012 Chart Recap* After a week spent on our......Read More

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Nicki Minaj
Having twice tried to replicate the chart success of lead selection Starships and fallen short (see Beez in the Trap and Right by My Side), Nicki Minaj is pulling out the big guns for single number...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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The-Dream
They say one good turn deserves another, so after The-Dream helped out Pusha T with a dope hook on the (inadvertently?) beef-starting Exodus 23:1, Pusha Ton decided to lend a hand with a dope verse on...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Chris Brown
Imagine for a moment that you're world-famous R&B megastar Chris Brown, and you're preparing to release your fifth blockbuster LP. And suppose you've got a few leftovers from the recording...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Far East Movement
Far East Movement may have broken through with Like a G6, one of the more rock out till you blackout party anthems in recent memory, but for their new single the group wanted to show that the can also...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Omarion
The newest addition to the Maybach Music Group roster, Omarion has a little chat with his new bawse on a freshly-released cut off the label's sophomore compilation album. On Let's Talk, Ayo The...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Jay Sean
Been craving a little alone time with Jay Sean? Well, you're in luck; on the latest single off his senior set, the UK pop hitmaker announces "I'm All Yours." Here, OFM's upbeat club production bangs...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Willow Smith
At the age of 11, most us have barely begun the endless work of defining ourselves as individuals. It goes without saying that life as a celebrity, with the constant attention and judgment that it...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Justin Bieber
As if competing with each other wasn’t enough, now it looks like rappers are going to have to compete with Justin Bieber for some space in the hip-hop game. The teen heart throb is clearly making a...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
9
Chris Rene
If you tuned in to the first season of The X Factor USA, you likely remember Chris Rene, the Santa Cruz trash collector who stole the show with original jam Young Homie. While he ultimately finished...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Keyshia Cole
Considering that, aside from one essentially random release, it’s been more than three years since we’ve truly heard new material from Keyshia Cole, I think we can call this a comeback. Right? No...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Trey Songz
It seems like everywhere I turn these days I hit some new Trey Songz, and I’m sure that’s exactly what the R&B superstar has in mind. In between dropping a bevy of mixtapes and lighting up a...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Flo Rida
Hot on the heels of recently-featured cuts Hey Jasmin and Run comes yet another entry in Flo Rida's ongoing promotional blitzkrieg. On new single/album standout Let It Roll, soFLY and Nius spin a...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Jeremih
For a rapper there’s no better guest feature conceivable than a verse from Jay-Z, and for a R&B singer you’re just not going to get bigger than some crooning from R. Kelly. In that case,...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Frank Ocean
This week Frank Ocean became perhaps the most high-profile openly gay artist in R&B, and a lot of people have wondered how the announcement will affect Ocean's career. But on DJBooth's pages all we...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Bobby V
When Bobby V. looks in the Mirror, what does he see? Apparently, the answer is "a dude having sex." On the latest single off his fifth full-length, the R&B hitmaker reveals just how much he enjoys...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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R. Kelly
Even in the best-matched relationships, there will be times when you start to feel a little underappreciated. The question is, what do you do when you start to think you're being taken for...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Nelly
F**king strippers is a lot like riding a carousel: it involves brightly-painted wooden horses and calliope music, lasts three to four minutes, and is best followed up with some delicious, blue cotton...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Chris Brown
Ever had a dream so beautiful that hearing your alarm ring and realizing it wasn't true ruined your whole damn day? Then you'll understand exactly how Chris Brown feels on Don't Wake Me Up. The latest...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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Usher
Usher seems to be enjoying playing with listener expectations in the lead-up to his seventh studio album; lead single Climax was a poignant breakup jam, whereas club-ready follow-up Scream actually...Read More
Posted 3 years ago by DJ Z
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