R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - October 19, 2013

October 21, 2013 Chart Recap*Last week’s......Read More

1
Janelle Monáe
Ever since Bad Boy’s Janelle Monáe broke out on the scene with her electric stylings in 2010, music lovers across the world have been enamored with the energy she brings to the table. So,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
2
Justin Timberlake
In boxing, a TKO occurs when a fighter isn't down for the count, but is judged by the referee to have taken too much of a beating to continue the match. I'm going to have to assume that Justin...Read More
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3
Robert Glasper Experiment
Robert Glasper only recently introduced himself to The DJBooth, but dazzling singles Calls and I Stand Alone have already garnered the veteran jazz pianist and producer a sizable following on our...Read More
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4
Sassieon Dupris
Tupac once hypothesized about a magical place called Thugz Mansion where a thug could finally lay his weary head to rest. Growing Booth fave Sassieon Dupris takes that concept one step further on his...Read More
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5
PARTYNEXTDOOR
Not glimpsed on our pages since July, when he dropped his self-titled debut album (available here for free download and digital purchase), OVO Sound signee PARTYNEXTDOOR returns to the Booth with...Read More
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6
Travis Mills
I’ve never been to Cali, so meeting a Riverside Girl is something I have yet to do. Thanks to T. Mills's latest effort, however, I feel like I know them already. On the new promo single, Mills spits...Read More
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7
Jason Derulo
During his international travels, Jason DeRulo often finds himself unable to converse with locals in their native tongue. When it comes to spitting game to beautiful women, however, the R&B/pop singer...Read More
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8
Miguel
No, Miguel's latest feature isn't an R&B paean to the virtue of chastity. In reality, the record's title is not a rebuff but a sly come-on: "You can't sleep. I can't sleep. Let's Can't Sleep...Read More
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9
The Weeknd
A few weeks back, Drake quashed rumors that he and The Weeknd had been beefing, and ignited fan anticipation, by Instagramming a photo of himself in the studio with his OVOXO colleague. Today, we get...Read More
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10
Jared Evan
Jared Evan may no longer be part of the Universal/Republic family, but the multi-talented Booth fave left a few unreleased records in the vaults when he parted ways with Interscope/Zone 4. In...Read More
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11
Rihanna
Just a week ago, Rihanna’s s latest album, Unapologetic, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200. While that news isn't shocking, you might be surprised to find out that it was the first #1 album her...Read More
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12
Cris Cab
Being cheated on is bad enough, but it's all the more excruciating when your so-called S.O. doesn't even bother to effectively cover his or her tracks. On the newly-released Liar Liar, Mercury...Read More
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13
Kenna
Next Tuesday, Kenna is fixing to release the second chapter of Land II Air Chronicles: Imitation is Suicide, an EP trilogy based around Ralph Waldo Emerson's classic philosophical essay, Self...Read More
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14
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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15
Jeremih
As any emcee will tell you, a guest feature can make or break an album; you can have the best names in the biz on your cut, but if you don’t come with it your song won't catch on, and you might even...Read More
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16
Gallant
Thus far, NYC alt-R&B buzzmaker is two for two in the Booth; both June debut feature Please (Vignette) and July follow-up If It Hurts met a warm reception on our pages. Sharing many of the qualities...Read More
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17
R. Kelly
According to some theorists, there exist not one but many intelligences, each governing a different set of talents and aptitudes. For example, in addition to excelling musically, R. Kelly would...Read More
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18
Naomi Pilgrim
The other day, I spent an hour picking out a restaurant for lunch with a friend from out of town, only to arrive and find out that it was closed till dinnertime. Booth newcomer Naomi Pilgrim shares my...Read More
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Alicia Keys
In The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete, released to select theaters today, a pair of inner-city youths spend a summer fending for themselves in the streets of Brooklyn after their mothers are taken...Read More
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20
Leon Thomas
Seeing an old flame can be awkward, but it’s not half as bad as a late-night drunk dial. If you do in fact call a former fling (which I would STRONGLY advise against), take a page from Booth...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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21
Antonique Smith
Though Booth newcomer Antonique Smith is best known for her portrayal of Faith Evans in Biggie biopic Notorious, she doesn't just play R&B singers on the silver screen; she's also a damn fine...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
22
Sebastian Mikael
In December 2012, Swedish singer/songwriter Sebastian Mikael made his grand entrance into the Booth with promo single Take Me Higher. Though many appreciated the joint's catchiness and energy, its...Read More
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23
Marsha Ambrosius
The lead single off Marsha Ambrosius' sophomore solo set, featured back in January, found her embroiled in a Cold War with her main squeeze. Seven months later, I'm happy to say the Floetry alumnus...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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