The-Dream Hits #1 on Booth R&B Chart; Gym Class Heroes Claim Runner-Up

Double-single "Body Work/F*ck My Brains Out" climbs to #1, "Stereo Hearts" debuts in second.

New York, N.Y.-- This week on the Booth's

Top R&B/Pop Chart

, the graduation of


's "Be the One" and

Kelly Rowland

's "Motivation (Remix)" to our Top Hip Hop and R&B lineup clears the way for


's "Body Work/F*ck My Brains Out" (formerly third) and the

Gym Class Heroes

' "Stereo Hearts" (a new addition) to claim the top two. Also debuting this week are joints by

Jay Sean


Jason Caesar


Jared Evan

and more!

View the full Top R&B/Pop Chart



Miguel Climbs to #1 on Booth R&B/Pop Chart; Sean Paul Claims Runner-Up

"Quickie (After Midnight Mix)" and "She Doesn't Mind" take the lead, replacing cuts by Taio Cruz and Trey Songz.


Yonas Replaces Himself Atop Booth Indie Chart for Second Week Running; Tech N9ne Claims Runner-Up

Freestyle series closer "Get Em" is unseated by "A Reason to Breathe;" "F*ck Food" falls from Rap Chart to take second.


The Weeknd Dominates Booth Top Picks Chart; Wayne Claims Runner-Up

"The Zone" replaces "She Will" on top, and Weezy graduates from our Rap Chart to claim second with "Mirror."


Drizzy Debuts Atop Booth Rap Chart; Em & Royce Claim Runner-Up

With the former front-runners enjoying spots in our Top Picks lineup, "Marvin's Room" enters the chart at #1.


Kanye & Hova Claim the Throne on Booth Top Picks Chart

Watch the Throne single "Otis" bumps T.I.'s "We don't Get Down Like Y'all" to second.


Lloyd Once Again Tops R&B Chart; Kelly Rowland Replaces Beyoncé as Runner-Up

"Be the One" retains top billing, but Bey's latest single graduates to our Top Picks, clearing the way for "Motivation (Remix)" to grab #2.