R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - March 06, 2011

March 7, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Willow Smith
In the 17th century the daughter of world renowned celebrities couldn’t have dreamed of releasing a hit single (Whip My Hair), signing to Roc Nation and quickly becoming an overnight celebrity in...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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Bruno Mars
Originally featured back in October of 2010, single Grenade found Bruno Mars dealing with heartbreak on an epic scale – so racked with grief was he that he'd suffer any number of grisly (and messy)...Read More
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Diddy-Dirty Money
Although The Last Train to Paris may have left the station, or arrived at the station, or whatever the right analogy is back in December, Diddy and his Dirty Money crew (a.k.a. Diddy Money) are still...Read More
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Cee-Lo Green
If you take nothing else away from Cee-Lo's music, bear in mind that the man goes hard in the paint in just about everything he does. When he was scorned, we got F*ck You, which became an anthem for...Read More
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5
Miguel
If I can be excused a little name dropping, I ran into fast rising emcee Gilbere Forte' during last weekend’s Grammy festivities and frankly it’s not hard to picture the man on the other side of...Read More
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Trey Songz
Sometimes, when you feel overwhelmed by the constant flood of (not always very good) new music, you have to step away and go for that slower joint that will really let you catch your breath....Read More
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Miguel
In pop music as in love, the only Sure Thing is that there are no sure things. (And before anyone says anything, yes, I do realize that statement is self-contradictory.) Judging by the positive Booth...Read More
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Bruno Mars
If you watched the Grammys like I did (on delay, shouts to YouTube), you might have caught the performance of a man who goes by the name of Bruno Mars. I’ve been a fan of the Hawaiian crooner since...Read More
Posted 4 years ago by richard
9
K. Michelle
How many times does DJBooth have to tell you that K. Michelle is one of the strongest young voices in the industry before the world takes notice? On her new potential single the Memphis bred singer is...Read More
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10
Kendre'
With the perennial appeal of 'Chipmunk'-style samples, you'd think the Chipmunks would be obvious beat material, but to my knowledge, nobody in the hip-hop game has taken the plunge... until now. Sure...Read More
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Jamie Foxx
Jamie Foxx has an incredible track record of success, and the talented actor/comedian has some serious plans for his upcoming album Best Night of My Life (known in another incarnation as Body). With...Read More
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Rihanna
Remember when Rihanna was an innocent pop songstress, content to invite a dude to join her under her Umbrella? My, how times have changed. On S&M, single numero quatre off her latest studio album, the...Read More
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Verse Simmonds
Although Verse Simmonds’ last three features in the Booth have been about, respectively, cheating on his girl (I’m Just Saying), grabbing a girl’s booty (I Don’t Mind) and picking up girls at...Read More
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J. Holiday
As a true virtuoso in the sack (or, at least, a virtuoso of singing about being a virtuoso in the sack), J. Holiday has the skill and versatility to give a woman what she needs, when she needs it –...Read More
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15
Bobby V
With his last feature, Bobby V harked back to '94, flipping the Bone Thugs' Foe the Love of $ into a smooth R&B freestyle. On his new single, the Blu Kolla crooner does himself one better, traveling...Read More
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Charlie Wilson
Although the young, casual music fan may know Charlie Wilson more for his guest work with Kanye (today’s Good Friday, See Me Now) or Snoop (Can’t Say Goodbye, SD Is Out), the man has been churning...Read More
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Black Eyed Peas
At this point the Black Eyed Peas aren’t a music group, they’re a finely tuned hit-making and marketing machine. There’s a reason they’ve been invited to perform at halftime of this year’s...Read More
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18
Spree Wilson
Anyone who knows Spree Wilson knows to expect the unexpected. He refuses to be confined to the traditional idea of hip-hop, rock, pop or any genre. Love You Better is yet another example of his...Read More
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Jennifer Lopez
Featured back in November of 2009, the lead single off Jennifer Lopez' seventh LP was a bit of a misstep (hey, it's tough to keep your balance while rocking Louboutins), and 2010 came and went with no...Read More
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