Welcome to the Booth's Top R&B Chart! As always, your feedback has determined which songs made the cut. Each chart’s lineup is calculated using a special DJBooth.net Formula that takes into account member ratings and reviews as well as features’ overall popularity.
Both of the former top two, Trey Songz' "Love Faces" and The Script's "Walk Away," have graduated to our Top Hip Hop & R&B lineup this week, clearing the way for a pair of new features to take their place; Musiq's "Anything" and the Black Eyed Peas' "Just Can't Get Enough" snag top billing, making their chart debut along with Sean Kingston's "Hope Is a River" (#3), Jennifer Hudson's "Where Ya At" (#12), Spree WIlson's "Don't Pass Me By" (#19) and Timothy Bloom's "This Maybe" (#20). Down from our Top Picks, Ciara's "Turn It Up," The Lonely Island's "I Just Had Sex" and Diddy's "Someone to Love Me" claim fifth, seventh and eighth. Edged out by the new additions are cuts by Jessie J. ("Price Tag"), R. Kelly ("Love Letter"), Raphael Saadiq ("Radio"), Ne-Yo ("One in a Million (Remix)"), T-Pain ("Motivated") and Dirty Money ("Loving You No More").