Check out Beyoncé and Blue Ivy as they hit the streets on Tuesday (March 13). As her single, “Love on Top,” spends a second week atop Billboard’s Hip-Hop/R&B Songs chart, the pop superstar rocked at pair of cat-faced flats, while Blue cooled out in silver mouse slippers during their stroll through their New York City neighborhood. Bey and Blue were spotted enjoying the early spring weather with Tina Knowles yesterday in the same area.
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’s “The Motto” to take the lead on Billboard’s Top Hip-Hop/R&B Songs chart.
Despite having no music video or promotion, Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “N***** in Paris” tops Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart this week.
What a difference a week makes.
When Monica’s new single, “Anything (To Find You), premiered online last week, it featured guest appearances from Rick Ross and Lil Kim. However, when the track was sent to radio and debuted on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart this week, Rick Ross was named the sole featured artist, and Lil Kim’s verse and name were no where to be found.
Kelly Rowland finds herself in an unfamiliar place this week – atop Billboard’s charts!
The lead single from her oft-delayed third studio album tops Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart this week. The sexy tune, written by Rico Love and produced by Jim Jonsin, is Rowland’s first #1 single as a solo artist. Rowland last reached the summit with Nelly in 2002 with their smash hit “Dilemma“. Kelly’s Here I Am hits stores in August.