Hey Ya! Where's the best spot for heavy hits? Right Thurr!

By EW Staff
Updated November 21, 2003 at 05:00 AM EST

Big Champagne’s Top Swaps The most popular songs on file-sharing networks! *Number of people sharing this song; for the week ending 11/03/03

FUN FACT! St. Louis rapper Chingy was first going to call himself Thugsy or H Thugs before settling on his current moniker to avoid sounding like too much of a, you know, thug.

1 ”RIGHT THURR” Chingy 3,475,204* 2 ”WHERE IS THE LOVE?” The Black Eyed Peas 3,418,891 3 ”CRAZY IN LOVE” Beyonce Knowles featuring Jay-Z 3,195,980 4 ”SHAKE YA TAILFEATHER” Nelly, P. Diddy, and Murphy Lee 3,150,768 5 ”BABY BOY” Beyonce Knowles featuring Sean Paul 3,036,760 6 ”HEY YA!” OutKast 3,015,069 7 ”IGNITION” R. Kelly 2,954,609 8 ”P.I.M.P.” 50 Cent 2,811,998 9 ”CRY ME A RIVER” Justin Timberlake 2,299,272 10 ”MY LOVE IS LIKE…WO” Mya 2,259,122 11 ”THE WAY YOU MOVE” OutKast featuring Sleepy Brown 2,231,412 12 ”STACY’S MOM” Fountains of Wayne 2,219,886 13 ”DAMN!” YoungBloodz 2,010,357 14 ”FAINT” Linkin Park 2,004,358 15 ”SWING, SWING” The All-American Rejects 2,000,204

Top 10 Sessions@AOL For the month of October

1 CLAY AIKEN 2 LUDACRIS 3 MANDY MOORE 4 R.E.M. 5 ALICIA KEYS 6 JOHN MAYER 7 HILARY DUFF 8 PAVAROTTI 9 DIDO 10 DAVID BOWIE FUN FACT! A digital pioneer, Bowie was one of the first artists to release a completely new song, ”Telling Lies,” exclusively on the Internet in 1996.

MTV2 For the week ending 11/03/03

1 ”THE HARDEST BUTTON TO BUTTON” The White Stripes 2 ”STAND UP” Ludacris 3 ”FEELING THIS” blink-182 4 ”PERFECT TIME OF DAY” Howie Day FUN FACT! Day’s fans often come to shows with microphones attached to their heads to beef up the online collection of live gigs. 5 ”HOLIDAE IN” Chingy 6 ”NUMB” Linkin Park 7 ”IT’S MY LIFE” No Doubt 8 ”CRYSTAL VILLAGE” Pete Yorn 9 ”I HATE EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU” Three Days Grace 10 ”ARE YOU GONNA BE MY GIRL” Jet

Amazon’s Top Hip-Hop Albums For the month of October

1 SPEAKERBOXXX/THE LOVE BELOW OutKast (Arista) FUN FACT! OutKast’s breakthrough single ”Player’s Ball” first appeared on 1993’s A LaFace Family Christmas. 2 WORLDWIDE UNDERGROUND Erykah Badu (Motown) 3 ELEPHUNK The Black Eyed Peas (A&M) 4 GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN’ 50 Cent (Shady/Aftermath) 5 GRAND CHAMP (WITH BONUS DVD) DMX (Ruff Ryders/Def Jam) 6 JACKPOT Chingy (Disturbing Tha Peace/Capitol) 7 STANKONIA OutKast (Arista) 8 THE MARSHALL MATHERS LP Eminem (Interscope) 9 FLOETIC Floetry (DreamWorks) 10 PHRENOLOGY The Roots (MCA)

Pollstar’s Top 10 Tours [PER-SHOW AVERAGE GROSS] For the week of 11/07/03

1 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND $4,127,877 2 AEROSMITH /KISS $1,316,233 3 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND $1,271,086 4 SHANIA TWAIN $1,000,309 FUN FACT! The record breaker smashed another one on home turf at Ontario’s Copps Coliseum, with an attendance of 18,573 in September. 5 OZZFEST 2003 $975,307 6 FLEETWOOD MAC $804,442 7 THE DEAD $743,939 8 RADIOHEAD $713,630 9 CHER $702,255 10 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE/CHRISTINA AGUILERA $691,301