R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - October 06, 2013

October 7, 2013 Chart Recap*Last week’s......Read More

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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
Posted one year ago by richard
2
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
3
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
Posted one year ago by richard
4
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
Posted one year ago by richard
5
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
6
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
Posted one year ago by richard
7
Trey Songz
Though Trey Songz hasn't brought us a headlining feature since last December, when he stepped into the Booth with Fumble, the R&B heavyweight's recent spate of guest appearances on joints by Sean...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
8
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
Posted one year ago by richard
9
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
10
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
Posted one year ago by richard
11
Ciara
Music is like a drug; you can easily get addicted to it, and the high you get from an intoxicating, unforgettable song is unrivaled. The only difference is that you can’t Overdose on music, so you...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
12
Jesse Boykins III
One of the most acclaimed tracks on Drake's newly-released junior album, From Time found the T-Dot heavyweight engaging in an intimate rapport with an old flame played by rising pop songstress Jhené...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
13
The Weeknd
According to Sigmund Freud, flying in dreams is always a veiled reference to sex. (So is almost everything else, but I digress...) The Weeknd follows in the father of psychoanalysis' footsteps on...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
14
JMSN
Not counting the recent, tour-exclusive 7” that was home to promo cut Fool, JMSN hasn't released a project since dropping acclaimed debut full-length †Priscilla† back in December of 2011. If...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
15
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
16
Jennifer Hudson
Update: We have added the Anthony Mandler-directed visuals for Jennifer Hudson's I Can't Describe (The Way I Feel) single. Normally, finding the adjectives to describe a feature is no trouble at all,...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
17
Chiddy Bang
Been waiting with bated breath for a new feature from Chiddy Bang? Then unless you're David Blaine, you're probably dead, because the Philly duo hasn't dropped off a solo record since last July's...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
18
BANKS
An alt-R&B buzzmaker hailing from Los Angeles, BANKS introduces her left-of-center sound to our readership with new single This Is What It Feels Like. Beatsmiths Jamie Woon and Lil Silva man the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
19
Nelly
Everyone and their mother knows Nelly puts on for the Midwest (St. Louis to be exact), but just because he roots for the Cardinals and Rams doesn't mean he doesn't have friends in all parts of the...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
20
Chris Brown
Chris Brown isn't the type to leave a job half done—especially when he's putting in work between the sheets. On Love More, the latest single off his sixth studio album, the R&B hitmaker informs his...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard

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21
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
Posted one year ago by richard
22
Iggy Azalea
Before you hit play on Iggy Azalea's latest feature, take a moment to consider whether you're ready; this record just might Change Your Life. Granted, I managed to make it out the other end feeling...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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Travis Garland
As a relative newcomer to the game, Travis Garland doesn't have the finances to take his girl on an exotic vacation. But who needs the Bahamas, when a dip in the Motel Pool is just as romantic and...Read More
Posted one year ago by richard
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