Jennifer Lopez's "All I Have" featuring LL Cool J withstood a charge from 50 Cent's "In Da Club" to remain on top of Billboard's Hot 100 for a third-straight week. However, "In Da Club" is already bes

Jennifer Lopez's "All I Have" featuring LL Cool J withstood a charge from 50 Cent's "In Da Club" to remain on top of Billboard's Hot 100 for a third-straight week. However, "In Da Club" is already besting "All I Have" in urban markets, as it leads Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks for a second-straight week. "All I Have" is up 6-4 on that tally.

Thanks to the attention surrounding the release of 50 Cent's album "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope), which debuted yesterday at No. 1 on The Billboard 200, "In Da Club" saw a major boost in airplay and retail sales. The cut leads Billboard's Hot Rap Tracks chart, and is the most-played video on MTV. Meanwhile, 50 Cent's "Wanksta," from the Shady/Interscope soundtrack to "8 Mile," holds steady at No. 16 on the Hot 100.

Missy Elliott's "Gossip Folks" sneaks its way into the top-10 of the Hot 100, up 11-9 this week. The cut also moves 7-5 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks tally. Kid Rock's "Picture" featuring Sheryl Crow/Allison Moorer gains 15-11 on the Hot 100, but surrenders the lead on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles Sales tally after four weeks. Mariah Carey's "Through the Rain" thunders onto that chart at No. 1, priced at a budget $1.99, and re-enters the Hot 100 at No. 84.

Elsewhere on the Hot 100, Field Mob's "Sick of Being Lonely" jumps 37-25, and Jay-Z's "Excuse Me Miss" bolts 53-35. The Jay-Z tune scoots 17-10 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart, where "Sick of Being Lonely" earns a 16-11 burst.

The top debut on the Hot 100 is Ginuwine's "Hell Yeah" featuring Baby, arriving at No. 64. Ginuwine's forthcoming Sony album "Senior" is due March 25, and the cut has already made it to No. 37 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.

Other notable entries on the Hot 100 include Kenny Chesney's "Big Star" at No. 65, Nivea's "Laundromat" at No. 71, and Sean Paul's "Get Busy" at No. 82.

After entering The Billboard 200 at No. 8 with "The Dreamer" (Warner Bros.), Blake Shelton's latest single, "The Baby," takes over the reigns on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks roundup. Mark Willis' "19 Somethin'," which had spent six weeks at No. 1, is down to No. 3.

Over on Billboard's rock airplay charts, Queens Of The Stone Age and 3 Doors Down still rule. Queens' "No One Knows" maintains its grip on the Modern Rock Tracks tally for the third-straight week, and the cut reaches a new peak position of No. 52 on the Hot 100. On the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, 3 Doors Down's "When I'm Gone" holds the No. 1 position for the 13th-straight week. The song is up one notch to No. 17 on the Hot 100.