DJ DIphoeniX’s top 20 Jamz – EVERY FRIDAY!!!..[the hottest songs on urban & pop radio] + updates on the Billboard Hot 100 & Jamaican Music Charts {Novemeber 13 – 19, 2009}

Novemeber 13 – 19, 2009

30. successful [drake/trey songz/lil wayne] (21) {Pk:5}
29. it kills me [melanie fiona] (-)
28. number one [r. kelly/keri hilson] (20)
27. be on you [flo rida/ne-yo] (22) {Pk:10}
26. doesn’t mean anything [alicia keys] (-)
25. 3 [britney spears] (28)
24. one time [justin bieber] (27)
23. down [jay sean/lil wayne] (15)*~ {Pk:1(4wks)}
22. baby by me [50 cent/ne-yo] (26)
21. sexy bitch [david guetta/akon] (24)

20. money to blow [birdman/lil Wayne/drake] (25)
19. under [pleasure p] (11)
18. papers [usher] (23)
17. regret [letoya/ludacris] (19)
16. already gone [kelly clarkson] (17)
15. need you now [lady antebellum] (18)
14. i can transform ya [chris brown/lil wayne/swizz beatz] (16)
13. bad habits [maxwell] (13)
12. sweet dreams [beyonce] (10) {Pk:7}
11. replay [iyaz] (14)
10. i invented sex [trey songz/drake] (12) {Pk:10}
09. forever [drake/eminem/kanye west/lil wayne] (9) {Pk:9}
08. wasted [gucci mane/plies/oj da juiceman] (8) {Pk:7}
07. paparazzi [lady gaga] (7) {Pk:6}
06. meet me halfway [black eyed peas] (6) {Pk:6}
05. run this town [jay-z/rihanna/kanye west] (4)* {Pk:1(1wk)}
04. party in the USA [miley cyrus] (5)* {Pk:1(1wk)}
03. whatcha say [jason derulo] (2) {Pk:2}
02. empire state of mind [jay-z/alicia keys] (3) {Pk:2}
01. fireflies [owl city] (1) {Pk:1(2wks)}

* – Former NUMBER 1 ‘jam’
~ – Nominee for ‘jam’ of the year(2009)
(#) – Previous Week
{Pk:#) – Peak Position (shown for top 10 peakers only)
RE – Re-entry (to the charts)

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NOMINEES FOR TOP JAMZ OF THE YEAR (no particular order):
live your life [t.i.]
single ladies (put a ring on it) [beyonce]
just dance [lady gaga]
blame it [jamie foxx]
poker face [lady gaga]
boom boom pow [black eyed peas]
best i ever had [drake]
i gotta feeling [the black eyed peas]
use somebody [kings of leon]
down [jay sean]

2007 – Timbaland Ft. Keri Hilson, Sebastian & Doe “The Way I Are”
2008 – Snoop Dogg “Sensual Seduction (Sexual Eruption)”

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Dj Diphoenix & Dj Dimitri – USA

Ms. Body {Tha THICKness} [Tha Ladies (‘Y U Wanna’ & ‘B. Girls’ Mix)]
DJ DIphoeniX & ZJ Ice (Ft. T.I., Munga Honorebel & Aidonia)
Diphoenix, T.I., Munga Honorebel, Sean Kingston, Cham & Beenie Man – USA

One Woman’s Man (2008)
Shonie Featuring Diphoenix – USA

Meeting In My Bedroom
Silk & Diphoenix – USA

Filthy Rich (Meking Money)
Serani & Konshens Featuring Diphoenix – Jamaica

Romain Virgo & Diphoenix – Jamaica





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Reggaefusion (Reggae fusion)

Old Skool R&B/HIP HOP Joints

Classicz from early 2000s

Pop-Rock.Soft Rock hits from the Mid (& early) 90s

Hitz from the “POP ERA” (1997-2002)

F*** songs

ONE Hit Wonders (Late 90s to Early 00s)

by Richie B – host of “HOT MIX” on HOT 102 FM – Jamaica
Date : -+ November 13, 2009 +-


TW LW WOC Play Song – Artist – Label
1 1 12 Play the Tune ! Love Dem (2 wks @ #1) – Vybz Kartel – Heart Of Love <!–| view video–>
2 4 10 Play the Tune ! Hope & Pray – Mavado – Chrome Records
3 2 20 Play the Tune ! Life (2 wks @ #1) – G Whizz – TJ Records
4 6 8 Play the Tune ! Holiday – Ding Dong feat. Chevaughn – Notice Productions
5 3 12 Play the Tune ! Versatility – Vybz Kartel feat. Gaza Indu – Head Concussion
6 7 13 Play the Tune ! Hustle – Iyara – Rescue Production
7 8 8 Play the Tune ! True Friend (Buss A Shot) – Demarco – Fresh Ear
8 5 14 Play the Tune ! Unfair Officer – WASP – WMP
9 11 9 Play the Tune ! Skip To My Lou – QQ feat. Ding Dong – QQ Production
10 9 17 Play the Tune ! Mockingbird (2 wks @ #1) – Mavado – Firelinks
11 10 13 Play the Tune ! Back Broke – Junior Pinchers – Sloppishizzle Records
12 12 19 Play the Tune ! Completely (Come Breed Mi) (2 wks @ #1) – Vybz Kartel feat. Gaza Indu – Big Ship
13 15 7 Play the Tune ! Lockdown – Ms Triniti feat. Vybz Kartel – Heart to Heart Production
14 16 5 Play the Tune ! House Cleaning – Mavado – Heart of Love
15 13 15 Play the Tune ! Couple Up (3 wks @ #1) – T.O.K. – Fresh Ear
16 17 6 Play the Tune ! Mood For Love – Aidonia – Big Ship
17 19 3 Play the Tune ! My Money (Ha Ha) – Merital feat. Vybz Kartel – Head Concussion/Adijaheim Records
18 14 9 Play the Tune ! Without My Own – Vybz Kartel – Smurf Records
19 20 5 Play the Tune ! Foundation Ova Hype – Flippa Mafia – Big Ship
20 22 3 Play the Tune ! Mi Want My Own – Tyrical – Seanizzle Records
21 23 2 Play the Tune ! Represent – Elephant Man – Chrome Records
22 18 18 Play the Tune ! No Man Room – Ding Dong – Fresh Ear
23 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Life We Living – Vybz Kartel – Cash Flow/Adidjaheim
24 21 17 Play the Tune ! Dollar Coin – Black Rhyno – Adidjaheim/Not Nice
25 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Man A Gallis – Mr. Vegas – CRO203

TW – This Week; LW – Last Week; WOC – Weeks on Chart
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play


TW LW WOC Play Song – Artist – Label
1 2 16 Play the Tune ! Caan Cool (1 wk @ #1) – Khago – Shacoops Music <!–| view video–>
2 1 13 Play the Tune ! Mama You Alone (2 wks @ #1) – I-Octane – Arrows Recording
3 3 16 Play the Tune ! All About You – Wayne Wonder – Big Ship
4 5 12 Play the Tune ! Lioness on the Rise – Queen Ifrica – Penthouse
5 4 24 Play the Tune ! Street Life (2 wks @ 1) – Richie Spice – Sons of Spoon
6 7 12 <!– Play the Tune ! –>N/A Always On My Mind – George Nooks – Tads Records
7 10 11 Play the Tune ! Try Jah Love – Josie Mel & Smokey Benz – Minor 7, Flat 5
8 8 17 Play the Tune ! Weak To You – Sophia Brown – Music Mecca/321 Strong
9 9 12 Play the Tune ! Wash The Tears – Gramps Morgan – Dada Son Ent
10 12 11 Play the Tune ! Ghetto Vibes – Lady G – House Of Hits
11 6 22 Play the Tune ! Talk If You Talking – Cherine Anderson – Taxi
12 13 9 Play the Tune ! Revolution – Natural Black – Fifth Element Records
13 14 12 Play the Tune ! Rastaman – Macka Diamond – White
14 15 9 Play the Tune ! Falling For You – Lutan Fyah – Rennaissance
15 16 6 Play the Tune ! Ruff Times – Nico D feat. Jah Mason – Tad’s Int’l Rec/Kontractor Music
16 11 20 Play the Tune ! I Wanna Wake Up With You – Stevie Face – Boot Camp
17 18 7 Play the Tune ! You Say – Black Queen – Brukkout Production
18 19 5 Play the Tune ! Drive By – Nesbeth – Janbigs Production
19 20 5 Play the Tune ! Rolling Stone – Spanner Banner – Penthouse
20 22 3 Play the Tune ! Ears Hard – Vybrant – Major Links Entertainment
21 23 3 Play the Tune ! Feels So Good – Barbee – Rare Diamond Productions
22 17 26 Play the Tune ! Wanna Go Home (2 wks @ #1) – Romain Virgo-Vikings & Peat Music
23 24 2 Play the Tune ! You Turn Me On – Cherine Anderson & Natel – Grafton Music
24 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! One More Night – Busy Signal – Turf Music
25 NEW 1 Play the Tune ! Heavy Load – Tom Laing – Top Tier/Raw Moon

TW – This Week; LW – Last Week; WOC – Weeks on Chart
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play


Rihanna’s ‘Roulette’ Lands In Hot 100’s Top 10

by Silvio Pietroluongo & Gary Trust, N.Y. | November 12, 2009 11:00 EST

Taylor Swift performs at the Justin Timberlake and Friends, a Special Evening Benefiting Shriners Hospitals for Children concert at Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino on October 17, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Rihanna (top); Taylor Swift.

Rihanna earns her 12th career top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart released today, as “Russian Roulette” rockets 75-9, triggered by first-week download sales of 132,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

“Russian Roulette” also opens at No. 9 on Digital Songs and edges 36-35 on Radio Songs/Hot 100 Airplay with 29.4 million audience impressions. The song’s digital release coincided with the singer’s first public comments since being assaulted by then-boyfriend Chris Brown in February. Rihanna participated in a three-part interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC’s “20/20” and “Good Morning America” Nov. 5 and 6.

Rihanna’s 12 Hot 100 top 10s place her second among female acts this decade, trailing only Beyoncé’s 13 top 10s since 2000. “Russian Roulette” previews Rihanna’s new album, “Rated R,” due Nov. 23.

Taylor Swift, last night crowned the CMA’s Entertainer of the Year, pushes 46-38 with “Fifteen,” the 13th top 40 hit on the Hot 100 from “Fearless,” extending the record for most such entries from one album (including the set’s “Platinum Edition” re-release) in the chart’s history.

Owl City’s “Fireflies” returns to the Hot 100’s summit (2-1) after Jason DeRulo’s “Whatcha Say” interrupted the song’s reign last week. This week, DeRulo’s debut hit dips to No. 3.

In between the two tracks, Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’ “Empire State of Mind” rises 3-2 with Greatest Gainer/Airplay honors (94.6 million in audience, up 29%). Jay-Z performed the song with his backup singer (and Roc Nation roster member) Bridget Kelly at the Yankees’ victory celebration in New York Nov. 6.

Sean Kingston protégé Iyaz soars 12-4 on the Hot 100 with “Replay,” the chart’s Greatest Gainer/Digital award winner. The track jumps 10-2 on Digital Songs (154,000 downloads sold, up 37%).

Jay Sean’s “Down,” featuring Lil Wayne, dips 4-5, and Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the U.S.A.” descends 5-6.

While Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” slips 6-7 on the Hot 100, the song becomes the 2009 Billboard Rising Star’s first No. 1 on Radio Songs, where it climbs 2-1 as the only title to break the 100-million-audience-impression barrier this week (104 million).

Britney Spears’ former No. 1 “3” holds at No. 8 with a bullet, and Beyonce’s “Sweet Dreams” re-enters the top 10 with an 11-10 advance.

The Hot 100’s Hot Shot Debut belongs to Justin Bieber, whose “Favorite Girl” starts at No. 26. The teen singer’s first two singles bullet at No. 24 (“One Time”) and No. 77 (“One Less Lonely Girl”).

Jay Sean’s second single directly follows Bieber’s arrival, as “Do You Remember,” featuring Sean Paul and Lil Jon, debuts at No. 27.

Also new to the Hot 100 this week are Jason Aldean (“The Truth,” No. 91), Rob Thomas (“Someday,” No. 93), Jake Owen (“Eight Second Ride,” No. 95) and the Glee Cast, featuring two of the series’ stars, Chris Colfer and Lea Michele (“Defying Gravity,” No. 99).

Beyonce’s ‘Single’s: Viva Variety

by Gary Trust | November 10, 2009 3:57 EST



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Singer Beyonce Knowles performs onstage at Madison Square Garden on June 21, 2009 in New York City.
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When Beyonce released her latest album, “I Am … Sasha Fierce,” she stated on her official web site, “I am in a different place right now and I wanted people to see the many sides of me. The music is upbeat for the dance, fun side and it is reflective, passionate and serious for the personal side. I have taken risks here. I am not afraid and my music will explain it all. There is no label or tag on my sound.”

As “Sweet Dreams” this week makes its way to the Adult Contemporary chart at No. 29, while remaining bulleted in the top five of the Rhythmic and Hot Dance Airplay radio charts, the four Billboard Hot 100 top 10s from the album clearly represent four very different sides of the superstar’s artistry.

First cut “If I Were a Boy” signaled an intimate, acoustic turn, while “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” oppositely aimed for more core R&B/hip-hop audiences (ultimately becoming a pop-culture crossover smash). “Halo,” co-penned by OneRepublic‘s Ryan Tedder, fared best at mainstream top 40 radio, with its lush production and obvious hook. The current “Sweet Dreams” is perhaps the most pure dance song Beyonce has ever released, solo or with Destiny’s Child.

The variety of sounds in the set’s singles follows the tradition of albums that not only produced a bounty of radio hits, but also an artistic mini-reinvention on each track.

Many star acts have drastically evolved over years and albums – the Beatles, Elton John, Chicago, Heart, Sting – but when such a buffet of styles is evident on a single album, the dimensions of an artist’s creativity are magnified.

Here, then, is a sampling of 10 more pop albums over the past 25-plus years whose hit songs showed artists through a different prism with every single. (The philosopher Gump would describe the phenomenon in confectionary terms).

If variety is the spice of life, these artists found recipes for success when mining the many sides of their talents:

Cyndi Lauper, “She’s So Unusual,” 1983-85
Lauper will always be best-known for the joyous kitsch of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” but it was the evergreen ballad follow-up “Time After Time” that became her first Hot 100 No. 1. Third single “She Bop” featured textbook ’80s synthesizers, and “All Through the Night,” written by pop/rock singer-songwriter Jules Shear, found Lauper in a gentle, midtempo groove. The set’s guitar-based fifth hit “Money Changes Everything” took the singer to new heights (No. 37) on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.

Bangles, “Different Light,” 1986-87
Prince‘s (or “Christopher”‘s) pure pop “Manic Monday” gave way to the jangly, Byrds-like “If She Knew What She Wants” (also written by Shear). The quirky “Walk Like an Egyptian” continues to sound unique (Weezer‘s current “(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To” could be a distant descendant), and “Walking Down Your Street” found the band most closely channeling its earlier punk-pop influences.

Madonna, “True Blue,” 1986-87
The Material Girl’s third album showcased more mature sounds than the younger-skewed “Madonna” and “Like a Virgin,” with all five singles reaching the top 20 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Ballad “Live to Tell” led off, followed by the bouncy “Papa Don’t Preach.” The album’s title cut was reminiscent of ’60s girl-group R&B/pop, and “Open Your Heart” brought Madonna back to her dance roots. By the time the Latin-tinged “La Isla Bonita” topped Adult Contemporary, the musical (and lyrical) experimentation that would infuse later ground-breaking hits like “Vogue” and “Justify My Love” was becoming her trademark.

George Michael, “Faith,” 1987-88
Leaving behind the sugary, Motown-inflected “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” and “Freedom” as the creative force in “Wham!,” Michael ruled the Hot 100 with four No. 1s from his solo debut. Billboard’s top album of 1988 yielded the controversial “I Want Your Sex,” the church organ-driven title cut, gospel anthem “Father Figure,” ethereal ballad “One More Try,” dance jam “Monkey” and swinging lounge number “Kissing a Fool.”

B-52’s, “Cosmic Thing,” 1989-90
The Athens, Georgia, troupe had been beloved in alternative circles for the left-field punk-pop classics “Rock Lobster” and “Private Idaho” until “Love Shack” lifted the band to mainstream stardom. Follow-up single “Roam” balanced the act’s newfound pop success with its rock origins, as did the easy-paced “Deadbeat Club.” The album also produced two rock radio-exclusive hits most reminiscent of the group’s ever-eccentric earlier work: the title track and “Channel Z.”

Paula Abdul
, “Spellbound,” 1991-92
After a run of four dance-pop Hot 100 No. 1s from “Forever Your Girl,” Abdul was anything but idle on her sophomore set, beginning with her first hit ballad, “Rush Rush,” which reigned over the Hot 100 for five weeks. “Promise of a New Day” approximated her earlier uptempo smashes, and Abdul then scored with two more keyboard-driven slow songs: “Blowing Kisses in the Wind” and “Will You Marry Me.” “Vibeology” found the singer exploring early-’90s techno territory along the lines of decade-defining hits both before (C&C Music Factory, “Gonna Make You Sweat”) and after (Haddaway, “What Is Love”).

Mariah Carey
, “Daydream,” 1995-96
After singles from her earlier albums alternated between soaring ballads and dance fare, “Daydream” foreshadowed that Carey was a butterfly preparing to fly artistically. “Fantasy,” with its sample of Tom Tom Club’s “Genius of Love,” began her transition to a more R&B-centered sound (“Honey,” “Loverboy” and other collaborations with hip-hop and rap contemporaries would follow), while quintessential Carey ballad “One Sweet Day,” with Boyz II Men, became the longest-ruling No. 1 (16 weeks) in Hot 100 history. “Always Be My Baby” melded pop and R&B with an acoustic undertone, and waltzy ballad “Forever” paid tribute to ’50s and ’60s soul standards like “In the Still of the Night” and “Unchained Melody.”

Avril Lavigne, “Let Go,” 2002-03
The then-17-year-old burst onto pop and adult radio with “Complicated” in 2002, and the set’s next two singles illustrated her range. “Sk8er Boi” played up her youthful punk image, while the pendulum shifted with the tender ballad “I’m With You.” Lavigne’s favorite song on the album, fourth single “Losing Grip,” presented a moodier, modern rock-leaning edge reminiscent of tracks on fellow female Canadian trailblazer Alanis Morissette‘s “Jagged Little Pill.”

Rihanna, “Good Girl Gone Bad,” 2006-08
Six hits deep, including its “Reloaded” re-release, the album sported styles suitable for pop, R&B, dance and adult radio, starting with the multi-format monster “Umbrella.” “Shut Up and Drive” interpolated New Order‘s “Blue Monday,” while “Hate That I Love You” emphasized guest Ne-Yo‘s signature adult R&B smoothness. Reviving Michael Jackson‘s “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’,” “Don’t Stop the Music” was Rihanna’s furthest foray into dance since her debut hit “Pon De Replay.” “Take a Bow” sent the singer to her highest Adult Contemporary peak (No. 21), and “Disturbia” accentuated synth-pop stylings. The set also included her rhythmic/rock duet with Maroon 5, “If I Never See Your Face Again.” (By the haunting sounds of her new single “Russian Roulette,” it appears that Rihanna’s forthcoming album “Rated R” will continue her penchant for intriguing sonic sojourns).

The Black Eyed Peas, “The E.N.D.,” 2009
Not only did the act make Hot 100 history by remaining atop the chart for 26 consecutive weeks, but the songs that granted the Peas the record also spotlight their unbridled inventiveness. Following the trippy “Boom Boom Pow” and the melodic “I Gotta Feeling,” the group stirs up disco-era grooves with its latest, “Meet Me Halfway.” The album builds upon the variety of Fergie‘s 2006 solo debut, “The Dutchess,” which traversed rhythmic/hip-hop (“London Bridge,” “Fergalicious,” “Clumsy”), dance (“Glamorous”) and adult pop (“Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Finally”).


‘This Is It’ Gross now at over $200 Million Worldwide

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson’s concert movie “This Is It” has taken more than $200 million at box offices worldwide in the first two weeks of release, the studio behind the movie said on Thursday.

Sony Pictures Entertainment said the movie had grossed $61 million in North America and more than $140 million internationally. Japan ($27.2 million) and the UK ($14.3 million) were particularly strong markets.

The movie is now the 22nd biggest grossing movie worldwide of 2009, according to industry tracker

“This Is It”, distributed by Sony Corp-owned Columbia Pictures, was compiled from footage of Jackson rehearsing for a series of planned comeback concerts before his sudden death in June.

Sony paid concert promoters AEG and Jackson’s estate about $60 million for the right to make and distribute the movie.

The $200 million plus gross is almost three times more than 2008’s “Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour” — a movie some box office watchers had used as a benchmark for “This Is It.”

The Jackson film opened on October 28 for a planned two week run but has since been extended until early December.

(Reporting by Jill Serjeant; Editing by bob Tourtellotte)


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