Shaggy's "Hotshot" (MCA) makes it a short stay at No. 1 for Jennifer Lopez's "J. Lo" (Epic) by hitting the top of The Billboard 200 in its 26th week, on the strength of more than 245,000 copies sold,

Shaggy's "Hotshot" (MCA) makes it a short stay at No. 1 for Jennifer Lopez's "J. Lo" (Epic) by hitting the top of The Billboard 200 in its 26th week, on the strength of more than 245,000 copies sold, according to SoundScan. "J. Lo" falls off more than 34% from first-week sales of more than 272,000 copies in dropping to No. 2. The new chart will be posted tomorrow (Feb. 8) on Billboard.com.

Two hip-hop albums from Def Jam post big gains in the top-10, with Ja Rule's "Rule 3:36" (Murder Inc./Def Jam) up 10-5, and Ludacris' "Back For The First Time" (Def Jam South) jumping 14-8. Last week's top-10 debuts, O-Town's self-titled J Records set and Dream's "It Was All A Dream" (Bad Boy), sink 5-20 and 6-9, respectively.

The week's top debut comes from LeAnn Rimes' "I Need You" (Curb), which has prompted a firestorm of controversy. Rimes, who is suing the label as well as her father and former co-manager, took to her official Web site last week to denounce "I Need You" as a compilation that "consists largely of unfinished material and songs that didn't make other albums."

Other sets bowing on The Billboard 200 this week include the Warner Bros. soundtrack to the horror film "Valentine" at No. 101, pop vocalist Vitamin C's "More" (Elektra) at No. 122; and the various artists collection "New Millennium Love Songs" (Rhino) at No. 170.