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.
Jeremih's newly-released lead single, "I Like," makes its debut in first place, pushing the former front-runners, Lyfe Jennings' "Statistics" and Usher's "There Goes My Baby," each down a notch. Also making their debut this go-round are features by Sean Kingston ("Letting Go (Dutty Love)," at #4), Kelly Rowland ("Grown Woman," at #12), Novel ("State of Loneliness," at #14), Cee-Lo ("What Part of Forever," at #17). Ciara's "Ride" drops from our Top Picks to take #5. Gone from our charts this week are tracks by Carlyle ("Replacement"), Marques Houston ("Pullin' on Her Hair"), The-Dream ("Love King (Remix)"), Novel ("Switch It Up"), Auburn ("La La La") and Travie McCoy ("We'll Be Alright").
1. Lyfe Jennings - Statistics
2. Usher - There Goes My Baby
3. Sean Kingston ft. Nicki Minaj - Letting Go (Dutty Love)
4. Ciara ft. Ludacris - Ride
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