Indie Rotation: Ashanti Tops Eric Bellinger & Profyle on the Week’s Most Played R&B Songs By Indie Artists

Ashanti is working overtime to make sure her upcoming album 'BraveHeart' has a chance of making people's album collection. It has been a long process; she dropped the first record from the album three years ago. Now a fully independent artist and record label owner of Written Entertainment, Ashanti will release “BraveHeart” in a couple days on her own terms. The project's latest leak “Runaway,” sheds features for a pounding drum line, maintaining the Hip Hop and R&B collage that earned her the spotlight as a Murder Inc. member. The cut arrived on the top of Singersroom's Indie Rotation Chart.

Eric Bellinger shipped out the double album ‘Rebirth’ a few weeks ago, since then his momentum is intensifying. Thus far, this year Bellinger is a staple on Singersroom's weekly chart, so it is no surprise his name is here again. This time, newcomer Ginette Claudette vocalize the viewpoint of the vixens, drawing the eyes on Bellinger's remix of “I Don't Want Her.”

A new entry on the indie rotation is reunited quartet Profyle. With the majority of songs aimed at making people move in the club, Profyle’s “I’m In Love” is for the finale when walking down the aisle.

Go through the entire R&B chart to see where Coko, Devyn Rose, Shelea, Kentrell, Teedra Moses, Kehlani and Lonny Bereal lands.

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