Last week, Chris Brown owned the No. 1 position with the remix of Mario's "Somebody Else." This week, he returned with an original song entitled "N*gga Itis" featuring Kevin Cossom. While his lead single, "Fine China," from his upcoming sixth studio album, "X," is a cordial romance, "N*gga Ittis" is the exact opposite. C-Breezy's aggressive new track is full of self praise for hiis bedroom ability. With no sex-tape planned, this song is the closest fans will get to imagery of his between the sheets dexterity.
Chrisette Michele had a notable week. She released a new album, Better, on Tuesday, celebrated with a performance on a yacht in New York City, and earned the second spot on Singersroom's Most Popular Singles of the Week. The Motown singer's balance gospel runs and soulful tone over Carvin & Ivan's production proved to be a winner. Chrisette Michele continues her new refreshed, re-energized, and happy persona through song via her latest offering "Love Won't Leave Me Out."
Ciara has finally lockdown an album release date, now she is going full throttle dropping new songs and building anticipation for the July 5 retail date. CiCi made double the impact this week, both "Super Turnt Up" and the new remix of "Body Party" featuring Ne-Yo were in top rotation. After Future and B.o.B. revamped Ciara's "Body Party," Ne-Yo jumps on the second remix to add his flavor, literally, turning the body party into a "dinner party." Her celebrity relationship with Future is addressed on "Super Turnt Up." CiCi expresses her love for the man in her life before laying some Nicki-Minaj-like bars on the slinky club banger. "There goes my baby/He be puttin' it down/I love my baby, we go 'round and 'round," she lovey-doveily sings.
The rest of the pack trailing in the final chart positions are Beyonce, Joe, Amel Larrieux, Prince and Kelly Rowland for the Top 10 Most Popular R&B Single of the Week.