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Lil Jon dominates T-Mobile Caller Tunes (aka ringback tones) chart

Peter Rojas
12.16.04
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It's been a week since T-Mobile introduced Caller Tunes, their ringback service where you can replace the ringing sound people usually hear when they call you up with a customized audio clip (they've available been in Asia and Europe for a while, and until they get better known here in the States, for the next several months having a ringback tone will mainly result in confusing people who call you), and we managed to get a sneak peek at the list of the top ten bestselling tunes so far (it's not supposed to officially go out until sometime later today or tomorrow). Apparently white people haven't yet mastered the art of making a ringback tone that sells, because the Caller Tunes chart is dominated by hip hop acts, with Lil Jon (aka Mr. Crunktastic) grabbing the top two spots. It's also nice to see Sir Mix-A-Lot get a little love, we know things have been a little rough for him since, uh, 1992.

1. Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz - Get Low
2. Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz - What You Gon' Do
3. Crime Mob (Featuring Lil' Scrappy) - Knuck If You Buck
4. Ludacris - I'm Here To Soothe You
5. Xzibit - You've Been Officially Pimped (Ringback)
6. Sir Mix-A-Lot - Baby Got Back
7. Marvin Gaye - Sexual Healing
8. Christina Aguilera -Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
9. Crime Mob (Featuring Miss Aisha) - Stillettos (Pumps)
10. Beyonce - Baby Boy (f. Sean Paul)

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