"Shake Ya Tailfeather" from the "Bad Boys II" (Bad Boy/Universal) soundtrack cruises to a second-straight week atop Billboard's Hot 100. However, Beyoncé is making another run towards the top. Th

"Shake Ya Tailfeather" from the "Bad Boys II" (Bad Boy/Universal) soundtrack cruises to a second-straight week atop Billboard's Hot 100. However, Nelly, P. Diddy and Murphy Lee would be wise not to get too comfortable as Beyoncé is making another run towards the top.

The Destiny's Child member, whose former solo chart-topper "Crazy in Love" featuring Jay-Z is now No. 3, sees her Sean Paul collaboration "Baby Boy" bolt 9-4 this week. The Hot 100's fastest-growing track at radio has ascended to the top-5 in just five weeks.

"Baby Boy" is proving to be a hit in both mainstream and urban markets, and gains 7-5 this week on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks roundup. That tally's No. 1 is Pharrell's "Frontin'" featuring Jay-Z for a fifth-straight week.

Outside the Hot 100's top-10, Christina Aguilera's "Can't Hold Us Down" featuring Lil' Kim soars 26-12 and Train's "Calling All Angels" jumps 24-19. "Calling All Angels" is Train's third top-20 single.

Further down, Baby Bash's "Suga Suga" featuring Frankie J gains 50-42 and is the Hot 100's fastest-growing track at retail. The song will appear on Baby Bash's upcoming album, "Smokin' Nephew," due Sept. 23 from Universal.

Trapt's "Headstrong" reenters the Hot 100 at No. 49. The song had previously spent 20 weeks on the tally and peaked at No. 52 in May. The cut reenters the chart thanks to a heavy increase in radio airplay at top-40 stations.

The only newcomer on the Hot 100 is dance maven BT, whose "Simply Being Loved (Somnabulist)" arrives at No. 98. It's BT's first appearance on the Hot 100. Earlier this summer, the commercial release of the single peaked at No. 18 on Billboard's Dance Single Sales chart.

Over on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart, YoungBloodZ and Young Gunz each earn their first top-10 singles on the tally. "Damn!" from YoungBloodZ featuring Lil Jon & the Eastside Boyz moves 11-8 and "Can't Stop, Won't Stop" from Young Gunz glides 16-10.

Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett's "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" leads Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks roundup for a sixth week. This is the longest run Jackson has had at the top; his "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" was No. 1 on the chart for five weeks.

In the rock airplay arena, Linkin Park's "Faint" is No. 1 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart for a sixth-straight week, while Staind's "So Far Away" posts a fifth consecutive week atop the Mainstream Rock Tracks tally.

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