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Mario & T-Pain Replace Jay Sean & Jason Derulo Atop Booth R&B Chart

With "Say Yeah" and "Make It Up as We Go" graduating to our Top Picks, "The Walls" and "5 O'Clock" take the crown.

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

Top R&B and Pop Chart


Jay Sean

's "Say Yeah" and

Jason Derulo

's "Make It Up as We Go" ascend to our Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart, clearing the way for

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's "The Walls" (formerly third) and


s "5 O'Clock" (formerly 17th) to claim the top two. Further newadditions come courtesy of



Kat DeLuna

and more.

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New Features From Jay Sean & Jason Derulo Dominate Booth R&B/Pop Chart

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