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.