R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - June 01, 2014

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Ne-Yo
Ne-Yo is more than willing to shower his woman with Luxurious gifts, but the R&B hitmaker isn't under the illusion that a fat bankroll will bring him true love; he knows that there are some things...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Raleigh Ritchie
Back in January, we saw Jacob Anderson, the man behind Game of Thrones's Grey Worm, try a new persona on for size: namely, that of R&B singer Raleigh Ritchie. As evidenced by the positive reviews...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Michael Jackson
When the biggest pop star of all-time and the biggest pop star of the last decade combine forces on one record...yeah, it's kind of a big deal. For months there's been rumors of Michael Jackson's...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Maverick Sabre
On Ain't Nobody, a 1983 hit single off Chaka Khan's Stompin' at the Savoy LP, the pop songstress described a relationship that started effortlessly and brought her nothing but bliss. While Emotions...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Sebastian Mikael
Pop artists—successful ones, anyway—typically have to cater their music to a large audience, so the results can feel a little impersonal. The latest single from Slip N Slide Records...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Sam Smith
Romance is full of double standards. Take Sam Smith; though a past single from the UK soul singer saw him pleading with a special girl to Stay With [Him] forever, his stance toward commitment is a...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
7
Usher
It's been more than two years since we last got an album offering from Usher, but today the Voice judge is back on his artist grind with Good Kisser. Featuring some relatively stripped down production...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Matisyahu
On his last single, featured back in mid-April, Matisyahu showed off the Confidence that had allowed him to abandon the outward trappings of Hasidic Judaism and forge his own spiritual path. Of...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
9
Mélat
As the rave reviews the indie R&B singer's received for past features and projects attest, many of the Booth's regular readers are already card-carrying members of Mélat's Fanclub. If you're not, the...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
10
Nikkiya
Given hipsters' enthusiasm for outmoded media formats (Apparently cassette tapes are currently making a comeback.), it may not be long before nostalgia addicts start sending each other Telegrams...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
11
Knox Brown
The debut single from songwriter and producer-turned-recording artist Knox Brown has one of those titles that makes you scratch your head, searching for a meaning that must be “hiding in plain...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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The-Dream
Former Def Jam artist and producer, The Dream, comes straight for your heartstrings and your mind in his new video, BLACK. It will give you goosebumps in a good way. In the wake of the Donald Sterling...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Robin Thicke
Three months have passed since Robin Thicke was served divorce papers by Paula Patton, his wife of nine years, but the Blurred Lines hitmaker hasn't resigned himself to the split. On the contrary,...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Ludacris
In the works since 2012, Ludacris's eighth studio album has been languishing in label limbo for a hot minute now. Seeing your project sit on the shelf can't be fun, but the DTP capo's clearly been...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Alicia Keys
I haven't seen a Spiderman flick since the title character was played by Tobey Maguire and, to be honest, I never felt like I was missing anything. Now, though, I'm thinking I may have to check out...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Vince Staples
In late summer/early fall, Converse will be unleashing the sequel to its acclaimed CONS compilation EP. Like its predecessor, the project will be packed with noteworthy artists and unexpected, yet...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Micah Freeman
L'Chaim, Booth readers! For those not in the know, that means “To life!” in Hebrew, and is the kind of thing you'd commonly hear revelers shout at a bar/bat mitvah or Jewish engagement party....Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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RaSun
RaSun's last DJBooth feature—which hit our front page way back in 2011—saw him talking tough to his foes. No Turning Back, the latest single off Ra's forthcoming indie LP, showcases a softer side...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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All About She
A UK trio who have lent their songwriting and production skills to joints by Tinie Tempah, Dizzee Rascal and more, All About She step into the solo spotlight with a standout cut off their latest...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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Future
As an artist who emerged from the ATL underground to become one of the heaviest hitters in hip-pop, Future has a lot to be proud of. The triumph he values most highly, however, has nothing to do with...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z

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Danity Kane
Thirsty people are everywhere lately. Earlier this week, we heard Mariah Carey toy with an guy who was eyeing her like a pitcher of water in the desert. Now, we find ex-Bad Boy girl group Danity Kane...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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MPrynt
Some R&B artists take their cues from hip-hop and adopt a cocky front when dealing with women. R&B group MPrynt, on the other hand, aren't afraid to get a little vulnerable. The Motown Records...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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MacKenzie
If there's one name You Gotta Know going into summer, it's MacKenzie. The L.A. native's newly-released, Booth-hosted project is the perfect soundtrack for your summer. One of the standout tracks off...Read More
Posted one year ago by DJ Z
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