Prince is a reminder that talent overcomes downhill perceptions of older artists. The living legend still demands attention with each career move, this year he was the attraction at SXSW and the Billboard Music Awards. It should be no surprise that a duet with talented vocalist Ledisi would not shake fans up. "Ain't Gonna Miss U When U're Gone" is a six minute collaboration born from a marriage between soul and funk music. Prince is expected to release a full album later this year.
Kelly Rowland has been the talk of the week with the release of her new album, Talk A Good Game. Ms. Rowland's personal single "Dirty Laundry" was buzzing around the internet and gossip shows due to the revealing lyrics. R. Kelly added to the life of the song on the remix by airing out his issues with impersonating artists. The record finally offers insight into the Ms. Rowland's emotion state.
In order to crack the top three positions, Chris Brown and Beyonce were pushed down to make room for Baiyu. The burgeoning star has become a familiar name on Singersroom since earning a spot on the Popular Singles of the week for her song “ColdHeart.” Biayu’s new record "Skip A Beat" can make you two step; the bubbly combination of producer Grand Staff and Baiyu reminds us of catching love butterflies.
The rest of the pack trailing in the final chart positions are Beyonce, Chris Brown, Amel Larrieux, India. Arie, OMG Girlz, Joe, and Ciara for the Top 10 Most Popular R&B Single of the Week.
Prince – Ain’t Gonna Miss U When U’re Gone Ft. Ledisi
The Purple legend will have you tapping your feet to “Ain’t Gonna Miss U When U’re Gone” trendsetting number, which will appear on his forthcoming album, Plectrum Electrum.
Kelly Rowland – Dirty Laundry Ft. R. Kelly (Remix)
Kellz jumps on the remix of “Dirty Laundry“, and lets haters know “Ain’t nobody got time for that, I’m trying to win.”
Baiyu – Skip A Beat Ft. Jermaine Riley
“Skip A Beat” can make you two step; the bubbly combination of producer Grand Staff and Baiyu reminds us of catching love butterflies.
India.Arie – Just Do You
“Just Do You,” her latest offering, takes listeners to a zone of self inspection, similar to the path of previous records.
Chris Brown – Ngga Itis Ft. Kevin Cossom
On his new collaboration, “Nigga Itis,” with Kevin Cossom, produced by The Runners, the Grammy winner insist, “when I put that thing on her, she go night night.”
Beyonce – Grown Woman
Beyonce’s “http://singersroom.com/content/2013-06-08/Chris-Brown-Ngga-Itis-Ft-Kevin-Cossom/” target=”_blank”>Grown Woman” dancy, island-vibed track boast strong vocals and catchy melodies, all while being different from what’s out now.
OMG Girlz – Ridin’ Slow
Colorful teen sensations the OMG Girlz ride out with their boos on the carefee, reggae summer jam “Ridin’ Slow.”
Ciara Body – Party Ft. Ne-Yo (Remix)
Ne-Yo jumps on second remix of ““Body Party” to add his flavor, literally, turning the body party into a “dinner party.”
Amel Larrieux – Afraid
“Afraid,” is a breezy joint for summer about being so discombobulated by new love.
Joe – I’d Rather Have A Love Ft. Fat Joe (Remix)
Comfortable with the change in their mindsets, the two men’s words are truly earnest on “I’d Rather Have A Love.“