R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - March 03, 2013

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1
Frank Ocean
Fresh off taking home his first Golden gramophone for debut full-length Channel Orange, R&B innovator Frank Ocean has unveiled the latest single selection off the universally-acclaimed set. A...Read More
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2
Justin Timberlake
For the last several years, fans of Justin Timberlake begged and pleaded with the triple threat performer for a new album. And nothing. Legions of his most staunch supporters even started an online...Read More
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3
Miguel
I have a hard time believing that Miguel needs to use liquor to get a woman to go home with him. Especially now that he can simply say, “Hey, come back to my place and I'll let you hold my...Read More
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4
Usher
Yesterday evening, when inamorati everywhere were enjoying candelit dinners together, Usher was chilling at the local spot, looking for someone to take home for the night. On his latest promo single,...Read More
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5
Bruno Mars
Yesterday on Twitter, Bruno Mars admitted that the release of his sophomore set's final pre-album single had him feeling a little shaken up: "Soon you guys will hear a song I wrote called When I Was...Read More
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6
Maejor
If you had told me a year ago that Juicy J, creator of songs like Let’s Plan A Robbery and Testin My Gangsta, and Justin Bieber would be on a song together, I would have bet enough money to buy...Read More
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7
Kelly Rowland
Everyone has a particular spot—on their temple, their neck, their back--where a pair of pressed lips are guaranteed to cause butterflies. Kelly Rowland? Let's just say she likes her Kisses Down Low....Read More
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8
Trey Songz
Despite what you may think Trey Songz’ new pseudo-ballad Fumble is not an ode to Jets starting QB Mark Sanchez, who has a tendency to cough up the rock. Although not a professional football player,...Read More
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9
Emeli Sandé
As Scottish soul singer Emili Sandé admitted on her recent DJBooth debut, navigating the business side of the music industry can sometimes make her feel like a Clown. In moments like those, the moral...Read More
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10
TGT (Tyrese, Ginuwine & Tank)
Being serenaded by Tank, Ginuwine and Tyrese all at once sounds like a scenario out of a female R&B fan's dreams, but there's no need to pinch yourself—I assure you, this is real. Formed way back in...Read More
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11
The-Dream
Fun as it may be to do (what currently passes for) the Harlem Shake, idiotic arm-flailing and air-humping isn't going to help get your partner in the mood. Of course, making romance requires not only...Read More
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12
The Weeknd
For most single men on the prowl, the biggest challenge is getting women to go home with them. In Abel Tesfaye's case, it's getting them to leave. Originally included as a bonus track on The Weeknd's...Read More
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13
Demi Lovato
Falling in love always involves some degree of risk and vulnerability, but pop songstress Demi Lovato's concerns go beyond the simple fear of rejection. As the X Factor judge alumnus reveals on her...Read More
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14
Rihanna
On the lead single off Rihanna's forthcoming full-length, originally featured back in late September, the pop songstress announced her intent to “shine bright, like a diamond.” And shine she did;...Read More
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15
Nelly
Released in 1983, one of Prince's biggest hits recounted a one-night stand with a woman as sleek and fast as a Little Red Corvette. As it turns out, Nelly's also into comparing females to sports cars,...Read More
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16
August Alsina
Artists lead the listening public to believe that its all about popping bottles of champagne or and enjoying a club full of young women, but most have desire a more low key, laid back lifestyle. That...Read More
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17
mdnt
This morning, I referred to F.A.S.T. Ride, the latest song release off Yelawolf's Trunk Muzik Returns, as, “the kind of sh*t you’d blast at trunk-rattling volume from the bridge of your personal...Read More
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18
Rihanna
Somber, stripped-down and emotionally raw, Rihanna's performance of current single Stay was among the more surprising moments of Sunday evening's Grammy broadcast. Today, the stirring, Mikky Ekko,...Read More
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19
TROY NoKA
Some artists create songs pro bono, but the vast majority of artists hope to make a profit. After all, just because someone is chasing paper doesn't mean that they don’t put their heart and soul in...Read More
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20
Justin Timberlake
It's been a long time since Justin Timberlake provided the world with his unique brand of Pop/R&B/Swag. How long, exactly? Oh, how about six years, four months and two days. Or as we all like to call...Read More
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21
Mariah Carey
Let's be real—as a twentysomething male music journalist, I'm about as far from the target market for Disney's Oz the Great and Powerful as a consumer could possibly be. That said, I can't hate on...Read More
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22
Parker Ighile
Regardless of your feelings on Nicki Minaj, there is no denying her ear for talent after you listen to newcomer Parker Ighile, the first artist signed to her brand new label imprint. Making his Booth...Read More
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23
Stacy Barthe
If you have a phenomenal memory, you may remember Stacy Barthe as the singer who contributed guest vocals to Mateo's Looking You Up this past July. Today, the recent Motown signee returns to properly...Read More
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