Shaggy's "Hotshot" (MCA) makes it a third week at No. 1 on The Billboard 200, easily outdistancing the Beatles' "1" (Capitol) at No. 2 on the strength of more than 293,000 copies sold, according to So

Shaggy's "Hotshot" (MCA) makes it a third week at No. 1 on The Billboard 200, easily outdistancing the Beatles' "1" (Capitol) at No. 2 on the strength of more than 293,000 copies sold, according to SoundScan. By jumping 6-4, Dido's "No Angel" (Arista) reaches a new chart high in its 40th week on the chart. The new Billboard 200 will be posted tomorrow (Feb. 22) on Billboard.com.

In all, just three of the top 40 albums posted a decline in sales from the previous week. Enya's "A Day Without Rain" (Reprise) climbs 38-24 and Faith Hill's "Breathe" (Warner Bros.) soars 47-31, an increase of 62.8% and 58&, respectively. The R&B/Rap edition of the 2001 Grammy Nominees compilation album (Capitol) rockets 85-55 in advance of the 43rd annual ceremony, to be held tonight (Feb. 21) in Los Angeles.

Rap outfit Iconz' "Street Money" (Elektra) is the week's top debut at No. 64, followed by fellow hip-hopper Fredro Starr's "Firestarr" (Koch) at No. 76. The Epic soundtrack to the Chris Rock-starring "Down To Earth" opens at No. 81.