R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - May 15, 2011

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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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Jason Derulo
It's practically a law of pop physics that, when an urban-music heavyweight has a hit using a particular sample, other artists and producers will jump on the source material, hoping to secure their...Read More
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3
I.Y.A.Z
Life is tough for the chronically indecisive; whether you're vacillating between several equally appealing items on a lunch menu or weighing the relative pros and cons of kicking it in the front...Read More
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4
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
5
Keri Hilson
While her latest album No Boys Allowed has performed decently Keri Hilson is still looking for that one monster hit to catapult her back into music’s elite (a la Knock You Down and Turning Me On)....Read More
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6
Akon
Akon’s Time is Money leaked a little over a year ago, but today we finally get the final, mastered version, which finds the Konvict CEO replacing former guest feature Caribbean duo Rock City with...Read More
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7
Jordin Sparks
Being a woman in today's society ain't easy; females have to work harder for less pay than men, they're held to outrageous standards of physical beauty... oh, and they get to carry tiny human beings...Read More
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8
Lloyd
Sure most of us are still working off a bit of a romance hangover after the love fest that was Valentine’s Day, but can you ever really have too much of Cupid's touch? Ok, so maybe you can, but in...Read More
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9
David Guetta
If you'll permit me to get a little Honors English on y'all, classical scholar Sir Richard Livingstone once stated that “Our danger is not too few, but too many options ... to be puzzled by...Read More
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10
Enrique Iglesias
What one man personifies sweaty pop music used to entice other pop stars, hot chicks and men who love hot chicks? Enrique Iglesias. Already five singles deep into his latest release, Euphoria,...Read More
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11
Tank
Like many R&B artists, Tank has a one-size-fits-all solution to every problem: on his last feature, the veteran singer-songwriter solved a medical Emergency via the judicious application of...Read More
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12
Beyoncé
After she dropped her last album, I Am…Sasha Fierce, Beyoncé said she’d be taking some time off from the music grind, and sure enough it’s been almost two years since we’ve last featured a...Read More
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New Boyz
Craving a fresh single from the New Boyz? Well, guess what: I Don't Care! Just kidding, just kidding – rest assured, there's nothing more important to me than catering to your every whim. Anyway,...Read More
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14
Ryan Leslie
Though Ryan Leslie's last single, Joan of Arc, met a positive reception in the Booth, the praise was tempered with some ambivalence in regard to the R&B heavyweight's decision to try his hand at...Read More
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15
Mindless Behavior
As someone who flexes his brain for a living (hey, these blurbs take some serious juice), you'd better believe I can appreciate a little Mindless Behavior every now and then. While the type of...Read More
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16
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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17
Jennifer Lopez
In 2003 Jennifer Lopez was unarguably one of the biggest stars on the planet, regularly cranking out top ten hits and sold out shows, while Lil Wayne was mostly known for coining “drop it like...Read More
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18
Musiq Soulchild
In a world filled with fickle, flighty men and women, can eternal, unconditional love truly exist? I can't rule the possibility out – of course, I could say the same thing about unicorns (Hey, we...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
Posted 4 years ago by richard
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