CHART CHECK: Leela James’ ‘Fall For You’ Album Debuts In Top 10 + John Legend’s ‘You & I’ Makes Hot Entrance

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There hasn’t been much change on the charts in the last two weeks. Jason Derulo, John Legend and Pharrell Williams are pretty much the dominating forces on the charts right now.

Find out the latest chart positions of your favorite R&B singer’s album and singles below in this week’s edition of Chart Check.

Dates range from: July 10 – July 17 (Billboard)

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Billboard 200

There were two R&B albums that made it to the top ten of the Billboard 200 this week. Sam Smith’s new album “In The Lonely Hour” remains at No. 3 for a second week.

Meanwhile, Trey Songz’ hit album “Trigga” came in at No. 4, selling 34,490 copies during its second week of sales. The album is Songz’ second No. 1 album of his career.

Michael Jackson’s posthumous album “Xscape” rises three spots this week at No. 18. The album has been on the chart for 9 weeks.

John Legend’s highly successful album “Love in the Future” jumps eight spots this week to No. 31. On the other hand, Pharrell Williams’ new album “G I R L” slips six spots at No. 35.

The public isn’t here for Robin Thicke’s “Paula” album. The album only sold 7,205 units during its second week of sales. This week Thicke’s project dives 32 spots to No. 41.

August Alsina’s debut album “Testimony” falls 21 spots to No. 44. Jason Derulo’s latest album “Talk Dirty” slips eight spots to No. 54.

Bruno Mars’ “Unorthodox Jukebox” continues to get buzz. After 83 weeks on this chart, Mars’ sophomore LP rests at No. 65.

Soul singer Leela James’ new album “Fall For You” debuts at No. 69. The album includes features from Anthony Hamilton and our Rated Next Artist Joe Ryan. Hopefully, the album will rise on the chart with James now starring in TVOne’s “R&B Divas: LA.”

Photo credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images
Photo credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Hot 100

For the most part, the Hot 100 chart remains untouched this week. Ariana Grande’s new single “Problem” featuring Iggy Azalea rests at No. 3. Meanwhile, British singer Sam Smith’s hit single “Stay With Me” remains idle at No. 5.

Jason Derulo’s Snoop Dogg assisted track “Wiggle” dances in place this week at No. 6.

John Legend’s love ballad “All of Me” rises one spot to No. 7. The song has been on this chart for 40 weeks, peaking at No. 1. His follow-up single “You & I (Nobody in the World) makes a hot debut at No. 66

Tinashe’s debut single “2 On” featuring Schoolboy Q moves nine spots to No. 27 (last week: No. 36.)

Usher’s comeback single “Good Kisser” continues to fade away on the Hot 100. The song drops 14 spots to No. 79 (last week: No. 65.)

Other Hot 100 songs
No. 22 – Chris Brown – “Loyal”
No. 25 – Trey Songz – “Na Na” (last week: No. 21)
No. 30 – Jason Derulo – “Talk Dirty”(last week: No. 24)
No. 34 – Justin Timberlake – “Not A Bad Thing” (last week: No. 26)
No. 55 – Michael Jackson – “Love Never Felt So Good”(last week: No. 54)
No. 56 – Pharrell Williams – “Come Get It Bae” (last week: No. 58)
No. 71 – Jeremih Feat. YG – “Don’t Tell Em” (last week: No.78)
No. 79 – Usher – “Good Kisser” (last week: No. 65)
No. 92 – Trey Songz – Foreign  (last week: No. 84)

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Independent Albums

According to Billboard, this chart is the week’s top-selling albums across all genres, sold via independent distribution, including those fulfilled via major branch distributors. Titles are ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen SoundScan.

Leela James’ fifth studio album “Fall For You” debuts at No. 12 this week. Meanwhile, Joe’s “Bridges” album drops ten spots to No. 16 (last week: No. 6).

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Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs

Just like the Hot 100 chart, there wasn’t much change to Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart this week.

Jason Derulo and Snoop Dogg continue to “Wiggle” at No. 2. John Legend’s number one single “All of Me” holds at No. 3 for another week. Pharrell Williams’ is still “Happy” at No. 4.

Chris Brown’s fans are still “Loyal” to his single. The song moves up one slot to No. 5 this week. Meanwhile, Trey Songz’ club banger “Na Na” dips to No. 6 (last week: No. 5).

Tinashe’s debut single “2 On” peaks at No. 7 this week after being on the chart for 16 weeks.

John Legend’s new single “You & I (Nobody in the World)” makes a hot debut at No. 18.

Jeremih’s YG assisted single “Don’t Tell Em” increases four slots to No. 20. On the other hand, Usher’s “Good Kisser” dives six spots to No. 23.

Other Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs
No. 13 – Michael Jackson – “Love Never Felt So Good” (last week : No. 11)
No. 14 – Pharrell Williams – “Come Get It Bae” (last week: No. 13)

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R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay

Chris Brown’s single “Loyal” featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga reclaims the number one spot week. R&B veteran Usher’s new single “Good Kisser” slides to No. 3 after being No. 1 last week.

Jhene Aiko’s heartfelt tune “The Worst” sails two spots from No. 5 to No. 7.

“Partition” by Beyoncé hold the No. 8 spot for a second week.

“2 On” by Tinashe enters the top ten at No. 9. This also serves as the song’s peak position on this chart.

Other R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Songs
No. 13 – Pharrell Williams – “Happy”
No. 14 – John Legend – “All of Me” (last week: No. 15)
No. 15 – Michael Jackson – “Love Never Felt So Good” (last week: No. 16)
No. 17- Jeremih feat. YG – “Don’t Tell Em” (last week: No. 22)
No. 22 – Trey Songz – “Na Na” (last week: 19)
No. 25 – Trey Songz – “Smartphones” (peak position, last week: No. 29)

Photo credit: Warner Bros Records
Photo credit: Warner Bros Records

R&B Streaming Songs

No. 1 – Jason Derulo – “Wiggle” (last week: No. 1)
No. 2 – John Legend – “All of Me” (last week: No. 3)
No. 3 – Pharrell Williams – “Happy” (last week: No. 2)
No. 4 – John Legend – “You & I” (Debut)
No. 5 – Jason Derulo – “Talk Dirty” (last week: No. 5)
No. 6 – Ty Dolla $ign – “Or Nah” (last week: No. 7)
No. 7 – Chris Brown – “Loyal” (last week: No. 4)
No. 8 – Trey Songz – “Na Na” (last week: No. 6)
No. 9 – Tinashe – “2 On” (last week: No. 8)
No. 10 – Trey Songz – “Foreign” (last week: No. 11)

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Top 10 R&B Albums

1. Trey Songz – “Trigga”
2. Michael Jackson – “Xscape”
3. John Legend – “Love in the Future”
4. Pharrell Williams – “G I R L”
5. Robin Thicke – “Paula”
6. August Alsina – “Testimony”
7. Leela James – “Fall For You”
8. Beyonce – “Beyonce”
9. Jennifer Lopez – “A.K.A.”
10. Justin Timberlake – “The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2)”

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Top Adult R&B Songs

No. 1 – Michael Jackson – “Love Never Felt So Good” (last week: No. 1)
No. 2 – Pharrell Williams – “Happy” (last week: No.3)
No. 3 – John Legend – “All of Me” (last week: No. 2)
No. 4 – Kelly Price – “It’s My Time” (last week: No. 4)
No. 5 – Usher – “Good Kisser” (last week: No. 8)
No. 6 – Jhene Aiko – “The Worst” (last week No. 7)
No. 7- Joe Feat. Kelly Rowland – “Love & Sex Part 2” (last week: No. 5)
No. 8 – Robin Thicke – “Get Her Back” (last week: No. 6)
No. 9 – Kem – “It’s You” (last week: No. 9)
No. 10 – Tank – “You’re My Star” (last week: No. 10)
No. 11 – DJ Cassidy Feat. R. Kelly – “Make The World Go Around” (last week: No. 11)
No. 12 – Trey Songz – “What’s Best For You” (last week: No. 12)
No. 13 – Shaliek – “Ain’t Supposed To Cry” (last week: No. 13)
No. 14 – Sam Smith – “Stay With Me” (last week: No. 16)
No. 15 – Marsha Ambrosius – “Run” (last week No. 14)
No. 16 – John Legend – You & I (last week: No. 15)
No. 17 – Ledisi – “Like This” (last week: No. 17)
No. 18 – Toni Braxton & Babyface – “Roller coaster” (last week: No. 18)
No. 19 – Avery Sunshine – “Call My Name” (last week: No. 21)
No. 20 – Dave Hollister – “Spend The Night” (last week: No. 20)

(Source: Billboard, Hits Daily Double)

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Tinashe Shares Vertical Video for ‘Faded Love’

Just a week after debuting her new single “Faded Love” featuring Future, Tinashe unveils a vertical video for the track.

Made for mobile viewers in mind, the clip shows Tinashe performing hot choreography in a warehouse.

“Faded Love” is the follow-up to Tinashe’s Offset-assisted track “No Drama.” Both “Faded Love” and “No Drama” is lifted from the “2 On” singer’s oft-delayed sophomore album, Joyride, which will release this year.

Watch Tinashe’s vertical video for “Faded Love” below.

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Willie Taylor Releases New Song ‘Naked’ featuring Jeremih

Valentine’s Day may be over but love is still in the air. Willie Taylor of Day26 teams with his cousin Jeremih for a sexy new track titled “Naked.” The title of the track is pretty self-explanatory. The two sing about an intimate night with a love interest.

“Enough with the drunk talk, we already faded / And right now these clothes are overrated, can I take them off?” Taylor sings.

Jeremih comes towards the end of the track and sings about recording his session. “Camera’s on don’t you act funny on me / Booty so stupid, go dummy on it / Throw it back, I’ma throw money on that,” he sings.

Listen to “Naked” below.

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Tank Recruits Trey Songz and Ty Dolla Sign for ‘When We’ Remix

Tank’s gold-selling single “When We” continues to evolve.The R&B General teams up with his label mates Trey Songz and Ty Dolla $ign for the official remix.

Hoping to add spice to Valentine’s Day playlists, the three R&B crooners update the sex-driven track with their own bedroom escapades.

Trigga opens up the track with his seductive verse, where he tells his woman he wants to take his time making sweet love to her. “I love the way you fuck me / But you don’t understand it’s way more than fucking when I fuck you / I would cross the ocean for you / Stroking through the ocean for you,” he sings.

Dolla Sign follows up with a braggadocio verse about his lovemaking skills. “Ride me like a pony / These niggas so phony / Treat you like a trophy / You know I pick up when the phone rings / You know I go deep until I make you scream,” he sings.

The original version of “When We” appears on Tank’s latest album, Savage, which released last fall. The song has over 17 million streams on Spotify alone.

Listen to Tank’s “When We (Remix)” below.

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