R&B / Pop Songs Music Chart - September 04, 2011

September 5, 2011 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Cherlise
No one saw it coming in the “drop it like it’s hot” days, but Lil Wayne has slowly but surely become a man of candlelight romance (and candlelight sex). After providing Kelly Rowland with...Read More
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Nicki Minaj
Today, hip-hop heads across the Interwebs are hotly debating whether Nicki Minaj's robot ninja-meets-giant pile of cotton candy VMA getup was Fly or just plain weird (Put me down for “All of the...Read More
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Frank Ocean
Tyler the Creator is doing big things in the hip-hop game, but Frank Ocean may be the biggest star to emerge from the buzzmaking Odd Future collective. Most recently heard flexing his vocal muscles...Read More
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The-Dream
I always thought of The-Dream as more of a lover than a fighter but, as the Radio Killa's always been quick to remind us, romance is never without its dark side. A far cry from epically freaky...Read More
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Drake
We interrupt your regularly-scheduled programming for a breaking story: Young Money megastar Drake has Trust Issues when it comes to women. Also, the sky is blue, water is wet and the Pope is...Read More
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Melanie Fiona
As a general rule, unless it involves sleeping soundly, nothing good happens at four in the morning. If you’re still up that close to dawn you’re either a NBA player getting arrested for a strip...Read More
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Miguel
Based on the title of his latest effort, you might pigeonhole Miguel as another typical male, more interested in a mindless Quickie than candlelit dinners and deep conversation. And you'd be...Read More
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Jason Derulo
Sure, Jason Derulo has a small army of women throwing themselves (and their undergarments) at his feet everywhere he goes, but that doesn’t mean the young crooner has found what he’s looking for....Read More
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Mary J. Blige
We all knew that Mary J. Blige was a powerful woman. Her voice alone has been known to make grown men cry and arguing couples put aside their differences in the name of love. But on her new single...Read More
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Estelle
Last we heard from Estelle, the UK soul singer was reeling in the wake of past heartbreaks, wondering whether a new fella (played by a relatively suave Rick Ross) had what it took to earn her trust...Read More
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Kelly Rowland
Fresh off the success of Motivation, her highest-charting U.S. single to date, Kelly Rowland is under pressure to deliver an equally fresh follow-up. If tentative selection Lay It on Me (previously...Read More
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Shanell
As anyone who’s watched Sliding Doors knows, sometimes the difference between success and defeat, love and loss is only a matter of seconds. But hey, lets not get caught up in the fact that I just...Read More
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Goapele
Don't let the title fool you—veteran soul songstress Goapele's latest single (and first Booth feature) isn't one of those songs where you can simply hit “Play” and enjoy the record to the...Read More
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Nikkiya
Just how big does Nikkiya do it on her latest mixtape? Well, if the up-and-coming crooner were cast as a character in the film Titanic, she'd play the iceberg. And her rivals? They'd be the hapless...Read More
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Beyoncé
It wouldn't quite be accurate to claim that Beyoncé can do no wrong in the Booth lately—the reader response to Run the World (Girls) says otherwise—but the waves of 4/5-star reviews that greeted...Read More
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The-Dream
Fresh off exploring the fatal consequences of love gone sour on Murderer, The-Dream ventures into similarly dark territory on the final leak off his forthcoming digital album. Wake Me When It's Over...Read More
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Travis Mills
If you're a T. Mills devotee, I'm betting you've already download the Columbia signee's latest digital album, listened to it a hundred times, and hung a framed print of the cover art on your wall. I'm...Read More
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Ray J
Thought Bananaz was, well, bananas? Then prepare to go pecans over the remix. On this rendition of the R&B heavyweight's current single, Ray J is joined on the mic by Maybach Music general Rick Ross...Read More
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Chayse
I don't know about y'all, but I'm pretty damn happy that Walls can't talk. I mean, even if they were polite enough not to spill your most intimate secrets, I just can't imagine entities with pink...Read More
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