A little over a month ago, multi-Grammy winning singer Usher debuted his new single “Good Kisser,” which topped Singersroom's Top 10 Streaming R&B Songs of The Week. This week, the R&B crooner is back in the top position after songstress Mila J and rapper Rick Ross released remixes of the single. Mila’s version, which provides the female answer, takes the No. 1 spot in streams while the Bawse’s version follows close behind at No. 2.
Teen singer Jacob Latimore is always putting in work and his latest offering comes from the fruits of his labor. Teaming with T-Pain, the young crooner drops “Heartbreak Heard Around The World,” and fans are welcoming the cut with open arms as he snags the third spot on our Top 10 Streaming R&B Songs.
Mary J. Blige has been hard at work on the Think Like a Man Too motion picture soundtrack, and all though it’s not an official new album from the Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul, it sure comes close as she takes lead on all 14 tracks on the upcoming set. Her collaboration with singer/songwriter The-Dream on “Vegas Nights” lands her at No. 4.
Click below to see where Natasha Mosley, Chauncey Black, Amor Kismet, and more landed on Singersroom's Top 10 Streaming R&B Songs of The Week.
Usher – Good Kisser (Remix) ft. Mila J
Mila J jumps on Usher’s latest single “Good Kisser,” on which she answers Usher’s rave reviews about quality smoochin.'
Usher – Good Kisser (Remix) ft. Rick Ross
To rev up Usher’s comeback, Rick Ross gets on the singer’s latest single “Good Kisser” for a Maybach Music makeover.
Jacob Latimore – Heartbreak Heard Around The World ft.T-Pain
Featuring T-Pain on the track, the track’s upbeat vibe is actually the background for sad lyrics as Jacob sings about a world of hurt: “Never gonna find another love like you, I had another lover but she just won’t do,” he sings.
Mary J. Blige – Vegas Nights ft. The-Dream
The Think Like a Man Too soundtrack is basically a brand new Mary J. Blige album; she sings the lead on 14 original songs. This one is called “Vegas Nights” ft. The-Dream, a fun tune which sounds like a drive down the Vegas strip with the top down on a summer night.
Natasha Mosley – Anything
Natasha Mosley gained buzz when she appeared on Jeremih’s 2012 mixtape Late Nights on the raunchy track “Fuck U All The Time." As a part of the Zooly Gang, she steps out on her own to continue the sexy themes with her solo single “Anything.”
Chauncey Black – Headboard Knockin
Founding member of the multi-platinum selling music group BlackStreet, Chauncey Black (C. Black), is back with new solo music, this one called “Headboard Knockin.” Here, Black delivers a standard R&B jam about things that go bump in the night, and we don’t mean ghosts.
Amor Kismet – TV
Written by all three sisters Erika, Crystal and Galissa Perry, the song is a declaration of budding feelings which feel unreal, like “TV.” The end is particularly notable, which transitions into a dope breakdown flanked with sparse guitar.
Leon Thomas III – Show Us
Actor/singer/producer/songwriter Leon Thomas brings some heat with “Show Us,” a smooth, twangy groove. Self-produced with his production partner Chris Tines as one-half of The Rascals, Thomas tries to school a young woman on the consequences of trying to live the fast life.
Luke Pickett – Loving You Is Wrong
British singer/songwriter Luke Pickett perked some ears up with his February EP Wasted Dreams (listen here), and now he’s prepping a full-length album soon, this one from the opus called “Loving You Is Wrong.”
Havok Jones – Who You Ft. Young Thug
Newcomers Havok Jones had the net buzzing with songs like “Where You At?” and “Who Can I Run To,” an Xscape cover, and now the group ups their presence a notch with the new single “Who You,” featuring rapper Young Thug. On the hard-hitting cut, members Kea Aleis, MaiDai, Aire B. and Neiko call out guys who are “nothing new.”