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Beyoncé’s ‘Love on Top’ Hits No. 1


It took a minute, but Beyoncé finally scores a number one single from her underrated album, 4.  In its 26th week, “Love on Top” dethrones Drake’sThe Motto” to take the lead on Billboard’s Top Hip-Hop/R&B Songs chart.

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New Music: Sean Paul featuring Kelly Rowland – “How Deep Is Your Love”


Is it just me or has Kelly been a little too available for these collaborations? 

Sean Paul snags Kelly Rowland for “How Deep Is Your Love,” a new Stargate-produced track from his new album Tomahawk Technique.  With Kelly handling the hook, “How Deep Is Your Love” could be a sleeper hit. Tomahawk Technique arrives in stores on Valentine’s Day. Side note: Sean Paul can miss me with this album title and cover.  

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In Case You Missed It: The Hottest Videos and Tracks of the Week


This week in music featured new music leaks from Kanye West featuring Beyonce and Charlie Wilson, Twista featuring Chris Brown, Keri Hilson, Sean Paul and Gucci Mane featuring Swizz  Beatz. Music video premieres from Lyfe Jennings and Teairra Mari. In case you missed it, here’s your chance to get caught up on the hottest tracks and videos of the week.

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New Music: “Looking At Me” – Toni Braxton featuring Sean Paul


Sean Paul lends his vocals to the final version of the latest leak from Toni Braxton.

Earlier in the year, a version of  the Darkchild produced “Looking At Me” hit the net featuring only Toni’s vocals but now the final edit has surfaced. It’s unclear if the track will be included on Toni’s new album.

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Beyoncé Named Top-Selling Artist of the Decade by the RIAA


The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has named  Beyoncé the Top-Selling Artist of the Decade.

With 64 total gold and platinum certifications including albums, digital songs, master ringtones and music videos; the 28 year-old entertainer earned the title of ‘Top-Selling Artist’.

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