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Kelly Rowland Unseats Beyonce For No. 1 Position on Top 10 Most Popular R&B Singles of the Week

Destiny Childs members hold the title for Most Popular R&B Singles of the Week for the second week in a row. Last week, Beyonce reigned atop the chart with the release of “Grown Woman,” this week, the baton was passed to Kelly Rowland, but Beyonce and Michelle assisted her on the new song “You’ve Changed.” Rowland and her sisters-in-song aimed the direction of the record to celebrate the enjoyment of kicking a cheating lover to the curb. With such a relatable topic and back by DC members, it was easy to drum up interest.

Beyonce didn't just move down one position, newcomer Treasure Davis slid into the second position of the chart. The L.A. native's new single, “Someone New,” used a double dosage of Slick Rick by sampling “Hey Young World” and featuring him on the new song. Treasure remodeled the record into the storyline of a roller-coaster love relationship. The songstress joined Bystorm Entertainment, the same record label that discovered Miguel and J. Cole.

With the premiere of I Don’t Need You To Love Me” on Singersroom, singer Yenn was buzzing with attention. On the female self-empowering track, backed by a thumping bass line, the R&B/Pop infused songstress tells a former beau to "keep it moving," putting a stamp on a failed relationship.

See where Beyonce landed along with Jessie J, Verse Simmonds, Candice Glover, Jennifer Hudson, Sevyn Streeter, Mario, more fell on Top 10 Most Popular R&B Singles of the Week.

Kelly Rowland – You've Changed Ft. Beyonce & Michelle

Kelly Rowland – You’ve Changed Ft. Beyonce & Michelle

This time though, instead of giving advice to their friend, the ladies sing about happily kicking a cheating lover to the curb.

Treasure Davis – Someone New Ft. Slick Rick

Treasure Davis – Someone New Ft. Slick Rick

Slick Rick’s “Hey Young” is remodeled into the storyline of a roller-coaster love relationship in “Someone New”.

Yenn - I Don't Need You To Love Me

Yenn – I Don’t Need You To Love Me

On the female self-empowering track, backed by a thumping bassline, the R&B/Pop infused songstress tells a former beau to “keep it moving,” putting a stamp on a failed relationship.

Verse Simmonds - Fully Loaded Ft. Young Jeezy

Verse Simmonds – Fully Loaded Ft. Young Jeezy

The breezy summer vibe is breed from the Caribbean keys back by basic Hip Hop drums from producer Sak Pase.

Beyonce - Grown Man

Beyonce – Grown Man

In true Beyonce fashion, the dancy, island-vibed track boast strong vocals and catchy melodies, all while being different from what’s out now.

Jennifer Hudson - Gone, Gone, Gone

Jennifer Hudson – Gone, Gone, Gone

Jennifer Hudson is getting ghost on her song “Gone, Gone, Gone,” an anthem for fed up females everywhere.

Sevyn Streeter - It Won't Stop

Sevyn Streeter – It Won’t Stop

Singer-songwriter Sevyn Streeter paints a romantic story for her second single “It Won’t Stop,” a dreamy slower-tempo departure from “I Like It,” the first single currently blowing up the airwaves.

Candice Glover - I Am Beautiful

Candice Glover – I Am Beautiful

I Am Beautiful” is the first offering from Candice Glover since winning Fox’s American Idol 2013.

Mario - Somebody Else Ft. Nicki Minaj

Mario – Somebody Else Ft. Nicki Minaj

R&B artist Mario makes his return with the official single “Somebody Else” ft. Nicki Minaj, a summer bump for anyone with a broken heart and woofer speakers to blast their emotions through song.

Jessie J - Wild Ft. Big Sean & Dizzee Rascal

Jessie J – Wild Ft. Big Sean & Dizzee Rascal

On the Pop/soul track, the UK songstress exudes strength as she sings, “If I go hard, let me tell you that it’s worth it / Play the right cards, I-I-I ain’t afraid to work it.”

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