Naya Rivera has done it again. Receiving 77.66 percent of the vote, she won this week's R&B Sound Off. Her opponent, The Weeknd, only walked away with 22.34 percent of the vote.

Rivera brings a bit of sass to her own love song with ‘Sorry.’ Featuring her boo, Big Sean, she expresses her feelings for him while calling out his previous girlfriends for essentially not being the woman he wants. The uptempo tune is the first single off her forthcoming album.

“Sorry, I’m not sorry / ‘Cause I’ve been rolling round, shut it down, lady / Bagged him up, now he’s my baby / Sorry, I’m not sorry / Yeah, you had your fun now it’s done, crazy / Lookin’ at his number one lady, ” Rivera sings.

This week, Jhene Aiko will attempt to take away Rivera's R&B Sound Off crown. Her song, ‘Comfort Inn Ending (Cont’d)’ delves into the regret of being in a dishonest relationship. The mix of bell-like electronic tones with this California singer's soft and delicate voice is an interesting contrast to the sharpness in the lyrics.

“And I should’ve never took you on a boat on your birthday / And I should’ve never f---ed you on a boat on your birthday / And I never would’ve came into your house in the first place / If I would’ve known you would’ve hurt me in the worst way,” she delivers.

Will Naya Rivera keep this winning streak? Or will Jhene Aiko take over the R&B Sound Off? Vote for your favorite song in the poll below. Remember you can vote once per hour until the poll closes on Tues., Sept. 3, at 10AM ET.

Listen to Naya Rivera’s ‘Sorry’ Feat. Big Sean

Listen to Jhene Aiko’s ‘Comfort Inn Ending (Cont’d)’

Rules of R&B Sound Off
Two R&B artists sound off against each other each week. The triumphant artist goes on to compete in the next R&B Sound Off. If an artist wins four straight R&B Sound Offs, the song will be honored as immortal in R&B Sound Off Hall of Fame.

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