Soulja Boy Still Top Of The Charts
TIMBALAND and KANYE WEST have lost the U.S. pop chart battle with SOULJA BOY for yet another week after the rapper's CRANK THAT (SOULJA BOY) hit scored a sixth week at number one. The hip-hop anthem saw off a challenge from Britney Spears last week, but her Gimme More slips from three to six on the new Billboard Hot 100 countdown. West, who spent a week at the top with Stronger after briefly toppling Soula Boy last month (Sep07), holds on to the number two spot, while Timbaland's Apologize jumps up a spot to three. Alicia Keys' No One climbs up four spots to number four and singer/songwriter Colbie Caillat's Bubbly rounds out the top five. The highest debut on the new chart belongs to country star Sara Evans - her As If enters the countdown at number 74.