R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - November 24, 2013

November 25, 2013 Chart Recap*With last week’s......Read More

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Jr. Hi
We've all got a few Secrets; some of us just have more than others. In the case of Jr. Hi, it would be easier to list off what we do know about him: his name, his profession (recording...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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G. Montana
For a newer artist, collaborating with a more solidified artist can do wonders for the start of your career. While most rookies will usually let their bigger guest name do the work, G. Montana isn't...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Lady Gaga
Like most female celebrities, Lady Gaga has her appearance scrutinized on a constant basis, and her boldly unconventional behavior has only served to intensify the spotlight's glare. On new single Do...Read More
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Rihanna
Ever have those moments when you stop in your tracks and wonder where the f**k your life is going? Join the club. Even as accomplished a pop songstress as Rihanna occasionally feels lost at sea, as...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Jhené Aiko
In urban music, it's fashionable to boast of staying on one's grind while others are catching Z's, but let's be real—how many people would actually choose working over kicking back, if their...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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August Alsina
Back in January, August Alsina stepped into the Booth with I Luv This Sh*t, a club-ready cut detailing the Def Jam recording artist's high-rolling lifestyle. As evidenced by the 3.5-star average...Read More
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Tyga
Not featured on the solo tip since August, when he rejoined forces with Rack City collaborator DJ Mustard on album inclusion Throw It Up, Tyga returns to our pages with the official lead single off...Read More
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The Weeknd
If you're anything like me, the title of The Weeknd's latest feature will evoke fond memories of slicing/shooting up hordes of rampaging demons. This Devil May Cry, recorded for inclusion in the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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J. Holiday
J. Holiday likes gentle, intimate sex as much as the next guy, but there's a time and a place for everything. On the lead single off his next LP (his first Booth feature since May 2012's Sign My...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Ne-Yo
Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, something Luxurious is also gonna put a sizable dent in your bankroll. Ne-Yo's latest feature is that rare exception: despite its undeniably opulent vibe, listening...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Lorde
Since exploding onto the scene with breakout hit Royals, New Zealand pop songstress Lorde has seen moderate success with two follow-up singles, Tennis Court and Team. Though we haven't featured either...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Sabi
Last featured on the solo tip with August promo cut Cali Love, rising R&B star Sabi returns to bring us the lead single and partial title track off her next mixtape. On this sultry selection, the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Drake
Featured on our pages just last Thursday, Drake's All Me leaned heavily on the rap side of the spectrum. Fans of his more R&B-informed material had no reason to fear, though; today, the T-Dot hitmaker...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber has come a long way from his teenybopper beginnings, and nowhere is this more apparent than on PYD, the latest single in his #MusicMondays series. Backed by an unknown beatsmith's cloudy...Read More
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Akon
It's sad, but true; even fantastically attractive people occasionally feel down. When Akon sees a beautiful woman walking down the street without a smile on her face, the sight pains him so much that...Read More
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Kirko Bangz
Though Kirko Bangz has kept his fanbase entertained with a steady stream of guest verses (The latest can be found on Slim Thug's August release, Coming Down), the Houston recording artist hasn't...Read More
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Kristal
When starting a record label, it is advised to make a splash with your first signing to get things started off on the right foot (not that I have a label or anything). Perhaps that is why Tyrese...Read More
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John Legend
Previously-featured cuts off John Legend's fifth studio album have seen the G.O.O.D. Music crooner incorporating a variety of fresh sounds into his aural palette, often with impressive results. Those...Read More
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Eryn Allen Kane
An unsigned soul songstress born in Detroit and based in the Windy City, Eryn Allen Kane makes her grand entrance into The DJBooth with newly-released promotional single Hollow. On this rueful jam,...Read More
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Lily Allen
It ain't easy being female in the music game. In addition to the usual label politics, cutthroat competition and media hassles, you have to contend with the public's unremitting scrutiny of your sex...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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Mélat
On her last feature, July's Wishing Well, alt-R&B up-and-comer Mélat departed from the catchy, energetic style of her Booth debut to craft a quiet ballad suffused with romantic longing. The...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Jarell Perry
Fresh off earning reader acclaim for This Is Spinal Tap-inspired lead single Eleven, Jarrell Perry returns to The DJBooth with another fresh single off his next digital release. This slow-burning...Read More
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Mariah Carey
Few experiences suck more profoundly than clinging to the wreckage as a relationship falls apart around you. To avoid that pain next time, you've gotta do as Mariah Carey does on the title track off...Read More
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