CHART CHECK: Chris Brown’s ‘Loyal’ Enters Top 5, Alicia Keys Debuts On Adult R&B Songs, Justin Timberlake Moves Up Hot 100

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Our second installment of April’s Chart Check shows where Justin Timberlake’s new single “Not A Bad Thing” stands at after six weeks on the Hot 100 chart. Music fans also learn which Billboard chart scores Chris Brown’s “Loyal” a top five and what position Alicia Keys’ “It’s On Again” off “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” soundtrack, debuts at on the Adult R&B Songs chart.

Dates range from: April 3 – April 10 (Billboard)

J-T-Not-A-Bad-ThingBillboard Hot 100

“Happy” by superstar Pharrell Williams maintains its seventh week at No. 1. The breezy track’s lead keeps John Legend’s piano ballad “All of Me” at No. 2 for a third week.

Aloe Blacc’s “The Man” off his new album “Lift Your Spirit” reverses one spot to No. 9 this week.

“Loyal” by Chris Brown relocates to No. 12 following its stay at No. 14 last week.

In its sixth week, Justin Timberlake’s “Not A Bad Thing” slides six positions up to No. 14. Meanwhile, Yoncé’s “Drunk in Love” gets tipsy and falls six spots to No. 17.

Here is a list of other R&B songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Trey Songz – “Na Na” – No. 28 (last week: No. 30)
Beyoncé – “Partition” – No. 35 (last week: No. 38) (peak: No. 23)
Jhené Aiko – “The Worst” – No. 46 (last week: No. 44)

Pharrell announces GIRL albumBillboard 200

This week, “G I R L” by Pharrell falls out the top five but remains in the top ten at No. 10. His sophomore effort sold 25, 308 last week, totaling 242,133 albums sold to date.

John Legend’s “Love in the Future” dips one spot to No. 21. Legend’s fellow Columbia Records mate Beyoncé’s self-titled visual album shifts from No. 14 to No. 23. Her surprise album has sold 1, 919, 000 since December 2013.

Soul musician Aloe Blacc’s “Lift Your Spirit” album can be found at No. 33 this week after dropping from No. 19 in its fourth week. The new throwback collection has sold 84, 000 copies since March 11.

Here is a list of other R&B albums (top 100) on the Billboard 200 chart
Bruno Mars – “Unorthodox Jukebox” – No. 38 (last week: No. 35)
Jhené Aiko – “Sail Out” EP – No. 47 (last week: No. 45)
Justin Timberlake – “The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2” – No. 66 (last week: No. 60)
Toni Braxton & Babyface – “Love, Marriage & Divorce” – No. 74 (last week: No. 58)
Ledisi – “The Truth” – No. 84 (last week: No. 70)
Bruno Mars – “Doo-Wops & Hooligans” – No. 96 (last week: No. 79)
R. Kelly – “Black Panties” – No. 99 (last week: No. 88)

Beyonce-PartitionBillboard R&B Streaming Songs

According to Billboard, R&B Streaming Songs consists of the week’s top Rock streamed radio songs and on-demand songs and videos on leading online music services.

“All of Me” by John Legend spends its second week at No. 1. Pharrell’s “Happy” guns for the top spot after jumping from No. 4 to No. 2.

Chris Brown’s bouncy single “Loyal” shifts from No. 3 to No. 4 this week.

While Beyoncé’s sensual single “Drunk in Love” remains hung over at No. 7, her racy track “Partition” enters the top ten at No. 10. (last week: No. 13)

Here is a list of other R&B songs on the Billboard R&B Streaming Songs chart.
Trey Songz – “Na Na” – No. 5 (last week: No. 5)
Jhené Aiko – “The Worst” – No. 11 (last week: No. 10)
Robin Thicke – “Blurred Lines” feat. Pharrell & T.I. – No. 12 (last week: No. 9)
K. Michelle – “Can’t Raise A Man” – No. 24 (last week: No. 22)

Sex-YouBillboard Hot R&B Songs

“Loyal” by Chris Brown makes its way into the top five this week at No. 5. (last week: No. 6)

Bando Jonez’ infectious track “Sex You” rests at No. 15 in its sixth week. He release visuals for the Polow Da Don produced track earlier this week.

Emerging R&B artist Tinashe’s care-free single “2 On” featuring ScHoolboy Q skates two positions to No. 18 after debuting at No. 20 last week.

“nEXt” by R&B hit-maker Sevyn Streeter dips one spot to No. 20. (last week: No. 19 – debut)

Ledisi’s bubbly record “I Blame You” trails three levels to No. 21. (last week: No. 24)

Here is a list of other R&B songs on the Billboard Hot R&B Songs chart.
Pharrell – “Happy” – No. 1 (ninth week at No. 1)
John Legend – “All of Me” – No. 2 (last week: No. 2)
Aloe Blacc – “The Man” – No. 4 (last week: No. 4)
Beyoncé – “Drunk in Love” featuring Jay Z – No. 6 (last week: No. 5)
Beyoncé – “Partition” – No. 8 (last week: No. 9)
Jhené Aiko – “The Worst” – No. 10 ( fifth week at No. 10)
K. Michelle – “Can’t Raise A Man” – No. 13 (last week: No. 13)
Mariah Carey – “You’re Mine (Eternal)” – No. 22 (last week: No. 23)
Robin Thicke – “4 The Rest of My Life” – No. 24 (last week: No. 22)

John-Legend-Love-In-The-Future-Cover-rated-rnbBillboard R&B Albums

In their respective order, here are the top five R&B albums among R&B acts.

1. Pharrell – “G I R L”
2. John Legend – “Love in the Future”
3. Beyoncé – “Beyoncé”
4. Aloe Blacc – “Lift Your Spirit”
5. Jhené Aiko – “Sail Out” EP

Here is a list of other R&B albums on the Billboard R&B Albums chart.

Justin Timberlake – “The 20/20 Experience” – No. 6 (last week: No. 8)
Ledisi – “The Truth” – No. 8 (last week: No. 9)
Robin Thicke – “Blurred Lines” – No. 11 (last week: No. 17)
Sevyn Streeter – “Call Me Crazy, But…” – No. 13 (last week: No. 16)
The Weeknd – “Trilogy” – No. 17 (last week: No. 21)
Ashanti – “Braveheart” – No. 18 (last week: No. 13)
Christon Gray – “School of Roses” – No. 24 (last week: No. 5 — debut)

Alicia-Keys-Spider-ManBillboard Adult R&B Songs

Three weeks later and Pharrell’s “Happy” tune remains atop the chart. His cheerful song keeps John Legend’s “All of Me” at No. 2 for a second week.

Ledisi’s “I Blame You” repeats another week at No. 5.

“It’s My Time” by Kelly Price rises one slot to No. 9 after breaking into the top ten last week at No.10. The former “R&B Divas: L.A.” starlet released the single’s accompanying visuals last week.

Soul artist Mali Music’s “Beautiful” new single sails into the top ten at No. 10 this week. (last week: No. 14) Meanwhile, Toni Braxton and Babyface’s soft ballad “Where Did We Go Wrong” takes over Mali Music’s previous position after rising from No. 16.

In its fifth week, Shaliek’s track “Ain’t Supposed To Cry,” produced by Joe Ryan, moves up two spots to No. 16.

Beyoncé’s seductive radio single “Partition” steers four spots up to No. 23 in its second week.

Here is a list of other R&B songs on the Billboard Adult R&B Songs chart.
Robin Thicke – “4 The Rest of My Life” – No. 4 (last week: No. 3)
Toni Braxton & Babyface – “Hurt You” – No. 6 (last week: No. 6)
Daley – “Look Up” – No. 15 (last week: No. 17)
Aloe Blacc – “The Man” – No. 18 (last week: No. 24)
Tank – “You’re My Star” – No. 19 (last week: No. 20)
R. Kelly – “Legs Shakin’ ” – No. 20 (last week: No. 21)
Noel Gourdin – “Heaven Knows” – No. 24 (last week: No. 26)

Adult R&B Songs Debuts
Alicia Keys feat. Kendrick Lamar – “It’s On Again” – No. 17
Janelle Monae & Miguel – “PrimeTime” – No. 29

(Source: Billboard, Chart News, Hits Daily Double)

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Justin Timberlake Shares New Song and Video, ‘Supplies’

After dropping his “Filthy” track two weeks ago, Justin Timberlake follows-up with a new song called “Supplies.” On The Neptunes-produced track, Timberlake tells his woman that even in an apocalypse, his love enough for survival.

“‘Cause I’ll be the light when you can’t see / I’ll be the wood when you need heat / I’ll be the generator, turn me on when you need electricity / Some shit’s ’bout to go down / I’ll be the one with the level head / The world could end now / Baby, we’ll be living in The Walking Dead,” sings Timberlake.

Timberlake also premiered the video for “Supplies,” which was directed by Dave Meyers. The politically-charged video opens with Timberlake sitting in front of a stack of television screens consuming visuals a lot of issues that are happening in this country — from the #MeToo movement to police brutality.

From the looks of the video, Timberlake wants the world to know how ‘woke’ he is. But is he? We’ll leave that up to you to decide.

On Feb. 2, he will release his fifth album, Man of the Woods, on RCA Records. On Feb. 4, he will take center stage as the headlining act of Super Bowl Halftime Show presented by Pepsi.

Watch Justin Timberlake’s “Supplies” video below.

Tinashe Releases ‘No Drama’ Video with Offset

Just hours after debuting her new single “No Drama” featuring Offset, Tinashe follows-up with the official video.

The dark visual takes place in an eerie prison where Tinashe and her troupe performs electrifying choreography. “We pulled up in Gucci dripped down in Gabbana / Bad as I wanna, only chasing commas,” she sings on the Stargate-produced cut.

“No Drama” is the new lead single from Tinashe’s oft-delayed sophomore album, Joy Ride, which is slated to release this year on RCA Records. Fans can expect the California native to drop two more tracks titled “Me So Bad” and “Faded Love.”

Watch Tinashe’s “No Drama” video below.

Tinashe Wants ‘No Drama’ on Saucy New Single

Tinashe Joyride No Drama Offset New Single

Tinashe is back on the scene with a feature from hip-hop star Offset and a bass-heavy new single titled “No Drama.”

On the Stargate-produced banger, Tinashe is kicking butts, taking names, and brushing off her haters all in one track.

“Said I’m falling off but they wanna JFK me / Tried to be myself but they wanna AKA me / AKA a popstar / AKA a problem / AKA don’t hold me back I swear I got ’em / We pulled up in Gucci dripped down in Gabbana / Bad as I wanna, only chasing commas / I need me a side thing, hold the drama / I need me a soldier he gon’ hold the line up,” she sings.

This is Tinashe’s first single since “Flame,” which was released in March of last year. The RCA Records signee has had trouble following the success of her 2014 breakout hit “2 On,” but thanks to trendy production and an assist by one of hip-hop music’s most popular artists, Tinashe may just be on her way to another bonafide hit.

“No Drama” is the first of three singles that Tinashe previously teased on her Instagram. Her upcoming album Joyride is slated for release later this year.

Stream “No Drama” below.

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