For a second consecutive week, Keke Wyatt's new single "Fall In Love" was the most played single on Singersroom's Top 10 Streaming R&B Songs of The Week. Aimed to heighted the steam in the bedroom, fans can’t get enough of the R&B Divas star's powerhouse voice and hypnotic delivery.
This week's runner-up is Chi-Town newcomer Tink, who has already been swooped up by Timbaland as his next big project. She teams with fellow Chicagoan Jeremih on “Don’t Tell Nobody,” a record that sees her giving a cheating beau an aggressive verbal scolding.
Ariana Grande rounds out the top three with her new single “Problem,” featuring Iggy Azalea. The song is poised to sell over 300,000 copies in its first week of release.
Click below to see where Michael Jackson, Justin Bieber, Pharrell, and more landed on Singersroom's Top 10 Streaming R&B Songs of The Week.
Keke Wyatt – Fall In Love
Keke Wyatt's new powerhouse single is titled “Fall In Love,” a slow burner aimed to do get the mood hot and heavy.
Tink – Don’t Tell Nobody ft. Jeremih
With Timbaland on board, you’ll probably be hearing much more from the Chicago artist, and it begins here, with fellow Chicagoan Jeremih on “Don’t Tell Nobody.” The cut has Tink reprimanding her cheating dude (played by Jeremih), and he doesn’t deny the claims, all he asks is that she doesn’t spill the beans.
Ariana Grande – Problem Ft. Iggy Azalea
After a successful debut album with Yours Truly, the singer, songwriter lines up her next studio effort by dropping the brand new single "Problem." Featuring hip-hop newcomer Iggy Azalea, on the track, Grande declares her independence while showing the world her growth.
Michael Jackson – Love Never Felt So Good Ft. Justin Timberlake
"Love Never Felt So Good" is the lead single from the late Michael Jackson’s upcoming posthumous LP Xscape, due May 13. Originally written by the King of Pop and Paul Anka in 1983, super-producer Timbaland adds some modern day flare to the disco-inspired tune all while still giving it that MJ feel. Justin Timberlake hops on this alternate version for a spicy duet.
Lyrica Anderson – Feenin’ ft. Kevin Gates
Lyrica Anderson already dropped the Wiz Khalifa-assisted joint “Freakin,” from her upcoming sequel EP King Me 2, which featured a throwback sample of 702's “Get It Together.” Now, here’s another cut from the set called “Feenin,’” ft. Kevin Gates, with its sound also inspired by the R&B golden age of the 90s.
Justin Bieber – Hard 2 Face Reality Ft. Poo Bear
Justin Bieber has endured his fair share of trials and tribulations over the last year, but it seems his split from Selena Gomez has been the hardest to cope with. This week, the international pop star released the new song "Hard 2 Face Reality," a record that sees him once again being vulnerable about his relationship struggles.
Calvin Richardson – We Gon Love Tonite
After previewing the single last month at Sol Village, R&B crooner Calvin Richardson issues the full-length track "We Gon' Love Tonite." Co-written by Eric Benet, the ballad continues to showcase Richardson's soulful delivery and hypnotic sound.
Pharrell – Smile
Pharrell struck gold with the positive song “Happy,” which left the in world a more optimistic place. Now, his album G I R L has been released in Japan, and he’s added a bonus track to the set, an encouraging song called "Smile."
Keke Palmer – Ride The Beat Ft. B.o.B.
After leaking back in December (2013), Keke Palmer reveals the final version of "Ride The Beat," which now features an appearance from rapper B.o.B. On the cut, the singer/songwriter/actress makes room for a night on the town with her girls, but she has one thing in mind, tearing up the dance floor with an admirer.
Justin Bieber – We Were Born For This
Over the acoustic guitar led track, the 20-year-old reassures his fans and naysayers that he's here to stay.
"Cuz this is my time, and I won't waste it thinking about what you gotta say, cuz I’m here to stay,” croons Bieber.