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Thursday, December 17, 2009 – BlackVibes.com
Billboard Hot 100 Songs of the Decade list names “We Belong Together” number 1, “Be Without You” the top R&B song of the decade and Usher Raymond the number one Hot 100 Artist of the Decade.
Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox, and Johntá Austin, Multiple Grammy Award winning Producers and Artist, make Billboard’s “Hot 100 Songs of the Decade List”, “Top 200 Artist of the Decade List”, “Hot R&B Song of the Decade List” and “Top 200 Albums of the Decade List”, through their work with Mariah Carey, Usher and Mary J. Blige.
“We Belong Together”, “U Got It Bad”, “Burn”, and “My Boo” are number 1, 15, 26 and 36 respectively on Billboards Hot 100 Songs of the Decade and Usher Raymond was also awarded the top spot on the Hot 100 Artist of the Decade as well as ranking #2 for the Artist of the Decade. Raymonds album “Confessions” was awarded the #2 Album of the Decade.
The #1 song, “We Belong Together”, produced and written by Jermaine Dupri, Johntá Austin, Mariah Carey and Manuel Seal, was a crossover success receiving two Grammy’s at the 2006 Grammy Awards, three Billboard Music Awards, two Radio Music Awards, and over two million in sales. The top R&B song of the decade, “Be Without You” written and produced by Bryan-Michael Cox along with Mary J. Blige received a Grammy and posted #1 on the R&B Charts for a record 13 weeks.
Usher Raymond was also mentioned on Billboard’s “Hot 100 songs of Decade” with “U Got it Bad”, produced by Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox, “Burn”, written and produced by Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox, and “My Boo”, produced by Jermaine Dupri with writing credits from both Usher and Dupri.
“We are pleased with the continued recognition for our hard work and dedication to music,” said Bryan-Michael Cox, Jermaine Dupri, and Johntá Austin. “We would like to thank Billboard for acknowledging our work throughout the years.”