Tweet was on the list with Dr. Dre for albums that we hope will be released, but would never hit retail. With the release of her new song entitled "Enough," Tweet assures us that the wait is over. The response has been nothing but positive, as she landed atop of Singersroom's Top 10 Most Popular R&B Singles of the Week. Her upcoming album "Simply Tweet" is just that; just her, no collaborations. Don't look for Missy Elliott on any hooks, no duets, just simply Tweet. Based on the first single Tweet can handle business by herself.
It's still too cold for wedding season, but file Chrisette Michele's "A Couple of Forevers" on the wedding first dance playlist. The tune has Michele asking for the promise of eternity from her love, and is a nod to The O’Jay’s “Stairway to Heaven.” If you liked her mixtape An Audio Visual Presentation: Audrey Hepburn, which was just an appetizer, then get ready for the main course in the form of Better, her album slated for an April 30th drop date.
The remainder of the Top 10 Most Popular R&B Singles of the Week are rounded out by veterans and newcomers like Charle Wilson and Jhene Aiko.
Tweet – Enough
The first sample of a record that proves we will receive an entire album this year is “Enough.”
Chrisette Michele – A Couple of Forevers
Getting married soon? Consider Chrisette Michele’s first single “A Couple of Forevers” for your first dance.
Charlie Wilson – Whispers Ft. Keith Sweat
R&B legends Charlie Wilson and Keith Sweat join forces for the slow jam “Whisper” where they prefer to relay their sweet nothings via sexy undertones.
Olivia – I Do Ft. French Montana
The two collaborate on “I Do,” a spicy, mid-tempo track about giving your lover everything and vice-versa.
Cassie – All Gold, All Girls
Cassie taps rappers Trina and LoLa Monroe for some female thugetry on “All Gold, All Girls,” a remix of Trinidad Jame$’ “All Gold Everything.”
Jhene Aiko – 2 Seconds Pt. 2 Ft. Quinton Storm
Along the same lines as the first version, the song talks of the ending of a relationship due to mistrust.
Bridget Kelly – In the Morning
On the sensual, relationship tune, both BK and Meek Mill detail their acts of sin after sipping too much liquor.
Dawn Richard – NLX
The latest offering from Dawn Richard’s much-received debut album, Goldenheart, is the airy, mid-tempo tune “NLX,” a remix to her song “Northern Lights.”
T-Boz – Champion
Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins ubleashes her brand new single “Champion” featuring rapper Drake.
Donnell Jones – Forever
“Forever” is a traditional track for the bedroom … make sure to get on it before Valentine’s Day.