R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - September 02, 2012

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Jared Evan
One Good Thing about Jared Evan is the heart he puts into his songs... one good thing about Jared Evan is his versatility—since it would probably take me all day to list off the Booth fave's many...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
2
Guy Sebastian
As an up-and-coming artist on the "pop" side of the spectrum, you might think that Guy Sebastian would be more of a lover than a fighter, but you'd only be half-right. As we see on the Sydney native's...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
3
Mariah Carey
Now this is the part where I would normally say, "Gee whiz! Mariah Carey on a record with Meek and Ross? How unexpected!" Then I suddenly flashed back to Fantasy, the singer's 1995 collab with ODB,...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
4
Jhené Aiko
When I first read the title of Jhené Aiko's latest single, I immediately envisioned an R&B sequel to Eminem's blood-soaked 3 AM--and the eerie opening shots of Topshelf Junior's video only...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
5
Trey Songz
It seems like everywhere I turn these days I hit some new Trey Songz, and I’m sure that’s exactly what the R&B superstar has in mind. In between dropping a bevy of mixtapes and lighting up a...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
6
Chris Brown
Imagine for a moment that you're world-famous R&B megastar Chris Brown, and you're preparing to release your fifth blockbuster LP. And suppose you've got a few leftovers from the recording...Read More
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7
Kendre'
By now even people literally living under rocks have heard Gotye's super-hit Somebody That I Used to Know, but that doesn't mean there's still not room to explore the track's soul. Case in point,...Read More
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8
Usher
If this summer's Olympic Games taught me anything, it's that ladies—and the Internet---love male divers. From their ripped physiques, to their comically tiny swimsuits, to the bizarre faces they...Read More
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9
Sean Kingston
It should come as no surprise that Sean Kingston and Busta Rhymes' latest collaboration is titled How We Survive because both musicians are quite literally survivors. Last year, Kingston survived a...Read More
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10
Nelly
F**king strippers is a lot like riding a carousel: it involves brightly-painted wooden horses and calliope music, lasts three to four minutes, and is best followed up with some delicious, blue cotton...Read More
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11
Trey Songz
While Virginia-born singer Trey Songz may have a serious problem keeping his shirt on, the crooner seems to have very few problems when it comes to securing rap features for his records. So it should...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
12
Frank Ocean
This week Frank Ocean became perhaps the most high-profile openly gay artist in R&B, and a lot of people have wondered how the announcement will affect Ocean's career. But on DJBooth's pages all we...Read More
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13
Ne-Yo
Now maybe it's just me, but with the sudden arrival of Frank Ocean's debut album and a new single from veteran crooner Ne-Yo the genre of R&B seems poised to have one of the best weeks in recent...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
14
Jessy Wilson
It's not every unsigned, up-and-coming R&B singer who gets to hop on a RZA beat on their debut project. In fact—and feel free to school me on this if I've missed anyone--Jessy Wilson is the only...Read More
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15
Lloyd
Back in February, Wale enlisted Lloyd to bring a dash of soul to Ambition single Sabotage. Today, the Maybach spitter returns the favor, joining the Young Goldie crooner on his newly-released Give It...Read More
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16
Brandy
Brace yourselves, Booth readers; Brandy's latest single is beyond anything you've experienced in your Wildest Dreams. Of course, I haven't witnessed your dreams, and no objective scale exists to...Read More
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17
Maejor
These days every rapper seems to want to stunt hard in the club, but what happened to a good old fashioned house party? Here to bring back what Kid and Play started is singer/producer Bei Maejor,...Read More
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18
Pleasure P
Think you don't have a chance with Pleasure P? Don't think so fast. On promo single I Love Girls, his first release as part of the eOne stable, the Pretty Ricky alumnus fills listeners in on just how...Read More
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19
Keyshia Cole
Considering that, aside from one essentially random release, it’s been more than three years since we’ve truly heard new material from Keyshia Cole, I think we can call this a comeback. Right? No...Read More
Posted 2 years ago by richard
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