As expected, Sean Kingston is not chirping out ballads, his gift of music are upbeat, feel good records. He is taking steps to reestablish his musical presence following his Jet Ski accident. Kingston's lead single, “Beat It,” sounds like cruising in warm weather; it is appropriate since we extended daylight and are moving towards spring. As the producer behind his new single, he called in California residents Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifia to keep the ambiance light. Typically, Sean Kingston is referenced as Pop, but this week he owns the Most Popular R&B Single of the Week.
It definitely looks like 2013 is Bridget Kelly's year to breakout. Since dropping “Special Delivery” at the end on 2012, she has followed with “In the Morning” and now “Street Dreamin.” Each record is drawing new listeners and increasing the Roc Nation singer's fan base on her road to dropping a full studio album. The “Street Dreamin” collaboration with Kendrick Lamar proves to be captivating as the pair revamps Tupac’s “Got My Mind Made Up.”
In the third position is former X Factor contestant Paige Thomas, she repurposed Millie Small’s “My Boy Lollipop” to create the seductive single “Lolli.” A record that is suitable for a ratchet house party or fist pumping in the club, she will not be pigeon holed into an audience..
Checkout to the entire chart to see where Ciara, Jay Sean, Sheryl Boyd, Meelah, Joe , PJ Morton and Cymphonique fell on the list.
Sean Kingston â Beat It Ft. Chris Brown & Wiz Khalifa
Sean Kingston taps friend Chris Brown and rapper Wiz Khalifa for his musical comeback on “Beat It.” The self-produced banger will surely get the airwaves rocking as warm weather approaches.
Bridget Kelly â Street Dreamin Ft. Kendrick Lamar
Straight from DJ Funkmaster Flex’s forthcoming mixtape Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself? is the simple, yet bumpin’ leak “Street Dreamin” performed by Bridget Kelly and Compton’s Kendrick Lamar.
Paige Thomas â Lolli
The mid-tempo club tracks sees the soul songstress crooning about having a good time and feeling sexy doing so.
Sheryl Boyd â Bump Your Head
The songstress continues to showcase her love for classic R&B tunes with this up-tempo record about female empowerment.
Cymphonique â Something Ft. Jacob Latimore
Cymphonique’s new song, “Something” is the follow-up to the duo’s hit single, “Nobody Like You”. The latest track shows off both singers’ smooth, sweet vocals.
Meeliah – Pisces
The airy track showcases Meelah’s vocals, and the intimate lyrics grant a peek-a-boo into Meelah’s emotions.
Ciara – Body
The sensual Mike WiLL Made It-produced song has the singer inviting her guy to her private body party, “My body is your party, baby Nobody’s invited but you baby,” sings the seductive songstress.
Joe â Iâd Rather Have A Love
The suave crooner is back with the grown and sexy “I’d Rather Have A Love” from his upcoming untitled summer album. Joe warns the youngbloods that a lifestyle of “frivolous pleasures” will have them eventually destined for loneliness.
Jay Sean â Where You Are
The British singer is back with “Where You Are,” the first single from his 2013 album Neon. Jay expresses deep affection towards the one who has his heart wrapped up tightly.
PJ Morton â Only One Ft. Stevie Wonder
The two-stepping love song increases the tempo with progression of jazz and funk until the declaration of love cannot be held.