R&B/Pop Music Chart - May 7, 2012


*Brandy's "Put It Down" is catapulted from number one on our R&B/Pop Chart to the peak of our Top Hip Hop and R&B chart this week, and Jay Sean's "I'm All Yours" makes the leap along with it. Taking their place on top are Far East Movement's "Dirty Bass" (a new addition) and Flo Rida's "Whistle" (formerly fourth).

*Also new to the chart, Usher's "Lemme See," Leron Young's "Perfect Girl" and iFFY The Bad Man's "Ain't No Reason" claim third, 18th and 20th.

*B.o.B's "So Hard to Breathe" and Nelly Furtado's "Big Hoops" tumble from the Top Hip Hop and R&B lineup to claim fifth and 10th.

*Previously absent from our charts, Rihanna's "Where Have You Been" and Akon's "Hurt Somebody" reemerge in fourth and sixth.

*Edged out by the new additions and returning picks, Chris Brown's "Sweet Love," Outasight's "Now or Never," Kevin Cossom's "Lay Up" and Usher's "Climax (Clinton Sparks Remix)"

1. Flo Rida - Whistle

2. Usher ft. Rick Ross - Lemme See

3. Rihanna - Where Have You Been

4. B.o.B - So Hard To Breathe

5. Akon ft. French Montana - Hurt Somebody

6. R. Kelly - Share My Love

7. Drake ft. Rihanna - Take Care

8. Nicki Minaj - Starships

9. Nelly Furtado - Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)

10. Usher - Climax

11. Jeremih - Late Nights

12. Jennifer Lopez ft. Pitbull - Dance Again

13. Sterling Simms ft. Meek Mill - Tell Her Again

14. Ne-Yo - Burning Up

15. Ben Stevenson - Left You Behind

16. Sabi ft. Wale - Where They Do That At

17. Leron Young - Perfect Girl

18. Nikkiya - Alibi

19. iFFY The Bad Man - Ain't No Reason