R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - September 15, 2013

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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
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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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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
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Robin Thicke
Who needs clever pickup lines when you're Robin Thicke? On the latest single off his sixth studio album, the Interscope soul man dispenses with double entendres and tells his female addressee exactly...Read More
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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
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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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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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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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Drake
Earlier this weekend, Drake released a loose freestyle, Jodeci, featuring fellow star J.Cole. Sure, why not drop an unreleased freebie with the hottest emcee in the game right now; ho hum. For greedy...Read More
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Elijah Blake
Absent from our front page since bringing down the house with December 2012's Common-assisted X.O.X., Elijah Blake is back to (finally) kick off his 2013 with Vendetta, the second single off his...Read More
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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
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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
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Jeremih
All artists know that the selection of tracks for a full-length project is a very important and difficult process. For instance, though it is fairly unique and enjoyable, Jeremih isn't sure if...Read More
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Jay Sean
Last month, astronaut Buzz Aldrin shared his vision for the colonization of Mars by 2035—a plan which, if carried out, could make him the first person to set foot on the Red Planet. Now, though, it...Read More
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Ro James
Fresh off the release of Jack, the second of three EPs in his Coke, Jack and Cadillacs series, Ro James returns to our pages with a freshly-minted single off his next project. On this slow-burning...Read More
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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
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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
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Iza Lach
If Snoop Lion and Iza Lach aren’t careful, people are gonna start to wonder about their relationship. Just last week, Lach was Snoop’s guest on The Good Good, and now Snoop returns the favor on...Read More
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Ben Stevenson
As Paula Abdul and MC Skat Kat taught us back in 1989, love has the power to transcend not only social class and species, but also the barrier between cartoons and reality. While Ben Stevenson's...Read More
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Jori King
Why choose between high performance and classic stylings when you can have both? Take Jori King's '67 Shelby, for example: not only is the Mustang variant one of the most elegant rides ever...Read More
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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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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
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Jaymes Young
In mid-August, Seattle alt-pop buzzmaker Jaymes Young introduced himself to our pages with Moondust, a highlight off his recently-released digital album. If that reader-approved jam didn't sell you on...Read More
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