Keke Palmer, Tiffany Evan, Tweet, Singersroom’s Top 10 Most Popular R&B Singles (The Week Of 06/10/2012)

Winx Club actress Keke Palmer proves she is a formidable music artist with the release of “You Got Me.” The record scheduled for her second mixtape is the follow-up to her 2011 street album ‘Awaken.’ On the new single Palmer is joined by Kevin McCall as she sings joyously about being held down by her man, even though people in her life don’t approve of the relationship. Since focusing her career on acting for the past several years the “Akeelah and the Bee” star is edging back to completing a full sophomore album.

Tiffany Evans moved from three to two as her powerful vocal exercise on “If You Love Me” differs from trendy dance heavy tracks. Now an independent artist she is prepping the release her first project ‘Take 1’ that will drop this year.

‘Southern Hummingbird’ singer new promotion #TweetTuesday is winning. Listeners are pushing both of Tweets’ viral leaks “Trouble” and “Day Dreaming” around the web in high anticipation of her new album. She earned the number three and seven spots on the chart, and with a record dropping next week she has the potential capture three positions.

Supposedly everybody’s attention spans have been shrinking with the rise of Internet but that did not stop Frank Ocean from making an unconventional ten-minute track. His new record “Pyramids” keeps the audience enthralled with varying paces passionate melodies and smooth transitions. Oceans’ journey for Cleopatra breaks radio format, changing the rhythm of the song from dark futuristic chords to upbeat funky keys to rough space synths to head jerking bass. The Odd Future vocalist announced last week he will release his debut album ‘Channel Orange’ on Def Jam in this summer.

1. Keke Palmer – You Got Me Feat. Kevin McCall

2. Tiffany Evans – If You Love Me

3. Tweet – Trouble

4. Chris Brown Oh Yeah Feat. Snoop Dogg & 2 Chainz

5. Frank Ocean – Pyramids

6. Ciara – Sweat Feat. 2 Chainz

7. Tweet – Day Dreaming

8. OMG Girlz – Where the Boys At?

9. Whitney Houston & Jordin Sparks – Celebrate

10. Ne-Yo – Lazy Love