Ringtone roundup: Beyonce shakes up the charts
CNET's weekly tracking of the top ringtones sees two newcomers into the top five, and Rascal Flatts takes the top spot.
Each week, we track the most popular ringtones.
Ghostface Killah--maybe that's boosting the ringtone's popularity."Irreplaceable" leaped from number 21 to the second spot on Billboard's ringtone chart. This is the largest single-week jump since I began . I know Beyonce did a remix of "Irreplaceable" with
Unk's "2 Step" cracked the top five as well; it grabbed the no. 4 spot in its debut week. I was never a big fan of the crunk or Dirty South music, but Unk has grown on me. His music is undeniably danceable, and I like how he mixes the hyphy sounds in.
Rascal Flatts' "What Hurts The Most" has regained the top spot, and I'm sure their recent appearance onhad something to do with that. Chris Brown's "Poppin'" was knocked out of the top spot, but had a soft landing at no. 3. And Buck Cherry's "Crazy B****" rounded out the top five.