Not quite! "Rollout" was his biggest single on my chart this year at #56... "Saturday (Oooh Oooh)" is at #86.Deadman wrote:I can't believe you put "Rollout" by Ludacris so low - i thought that song would have been in your top 10! Or is that Saturday i'm thinking about.....
Nah this year hasn't been anything compared to last year as far as great music goes!Muzikritik wrote:Not quite! "Rollout" was his biggest single on my chart this year at #56... "Saturday (Oooh Oooh)" is at #86.Deadman wrote:I can't believe you put "Rollout" by Ludacris so low - i thought that song would have been in your top 10! Or is that Saturday i'm thinking about.....
It was a hard year!!
He was #21 with Area Codes last year, tho!
The quote was from my single review of earlier this year.After the fantastic successes of "Family Affair" and "Dance For Me", hip-hop diva Mary J follows them up with another mid-tempo smash! Stealing the theme from US soap "The Young & The Restless" to remarkable effect, Ms. Blige appealingly teaches us, through rap and power-singing, about life's big dramas. P. Diddy and Mariah Carey briefly appear in the video, which is as insanely irresistible as the song itself.
#13. Call Me - TWEETNo, it's nothing new and no, the extra 'r' is not a typo - but it is hot! A completely dance-tastic little rap ditty about, erm, taking your clothes off! There's a catchiness here that'll attract new attention to the US rapper and will hopefully propel him back into the upper regions of the chart where his other great song "Ride Wit Me" once resided.
Despite being a stateside flop, Tweet's Neptunes-produced track still has the potential to be a hit single in the UK. A good beat carried by an effective Indian-influenced backing and a slinky, seductive chorus. This is nuthin' but a groove thang, that's every bit as impressive as her provocative debut.
#11. The Middle - JIMMY EAT WORLDTaken from his upcoming movie debut "8 Mile", Eminem takes a break from dissing his mom to give us the low-down on his character Jimmy's rise to stardom. Starting out with a wicked introduction, it slowly creeps up into a hard-hitting, and dare I say it, inspiring song - surely his strongest lyrically. If you buy one hip-hop single this week, make it Eminem's and lose yourself in the music!