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Ringtone roundup: Top 5 are frozen in time

The same 10 ringtones make up the top 10 this week, except a few have switched places. Unk's '2 Step' holds on to the top spot.

Each week, Crave tracks the most popular ringtones.

T-Pain feat. Yung Joc (not feat. in this photo) would like to buy u a drank. I'll take a Guinness. Thanks, fellas. T-Pain.net

For all we know, the top five ringtones may be cemented in place for all of eternity. The same 10 ringtones make up the top 10 this week, except a few have switched places.

See the full Billboard ringtone chart right here.

Unk's "2 Step" holds on to the top spot and will presumably do so until everyone in America has downloaded it. Then, we'll all be confused whenever a phone rings, because everyone will have the same ringtone.

Elsewhere on the charts, Koji Kondo's "Super Mario Brothers Theme" celebrates its 137th week on the list and remains at number 3 in the top 10.

T-Pain and Yung Joc would like to "Buy U A Drank," and they feel so strongly about it that they've recorded a song. The ringtone version of this song is at number 5.

Still clinging to the number 9 spot is 50 Cent's "Candy Shop," not to be confused with "Ye Olde Candy Shoppe" by Moustache Trimmerz Barbershop Quartet (feat. Da Clippa). The latter remains at number infinity on the list for the eighth consecutive week.