By Michael Endelman
Updated March 30, 2007 04:00 AM

The current R&B charts are filled with filthy come-ons courtesy of crass horndogs like Akon and Pretty Ricky. Enter Philadelphia singer Musiq Soulchild, whose fourth album of gently funky neo-soul, Luvanmusiq, debuted at No. 1 last week, proving that there still is a market for a charmer among the sleazebags. His urbane, sensitive-guy exterior, however, hides yet another man with a one-track mind. ”I pulled out her chair so that we could leave,” he sings on ”Ms. Philadelphia.” His next line? ”Can you spend the night with me?”