IndieRotation: Top 10 Most Streamed Independent Singles Led by Teyana Taylor

It’s been over six years since Teyana Taylor released her debut single “Google me,” via Pharrell’s Star Trak imprint. Making her way through all the label politics and transitions, and finding a new home with Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music label, the singer-songwriter's latest offering is harvesting a lot of attention from fans. “Maybe,” featuring Pusha T and Yo Gotti, takes the top spot on Singersroom’s Top 10 Most Streamed Independent Singles of the week (Week ending May 24th). Labeled to have one of the best bodies in R&B, the steamy single seems to be just what the doctor ordered for Teyana and her growing fan base.

Michelle Williams secures the runner-up position with her Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, and Solange-assisted single “Say Yes!” The reggae-tinged song has the former Destiny’s Child members praising a higher power and fans are buying in. R&B crooner Joe rounds out the top three with his latest offering “Dilemma.”

Last week standout, Chi-Town newcomer Tink, who has already been swooped up by Timbaland as his next big project, slips to the tenth spot with her Jeremih-assisted single “Don’t Tell Nobody,” a feisty record that sees her giving a cheating beau an aggressive verbal scolding.

Click below to see where Kelly Price, Tiffany Evans, Havok Jones, and more landed on Singersroom’s Top 10 Most Streamed Independent Singles of The Week.

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