Rappers Make History

For the first time in the Billboard’s chart history, the top ten songs in the country are all by African-American artists.With the exception of the number 1 song, Beyonce’s “Baby Boy” which features Sean Paul, the other 9 songs are by rappers.The charts reflect hip-hop’s acceptance into all facets of mainstream culture. The following are the top ten singles in the United States:1. Baby Boy, Beyonce Featuring Sean Paul2. Shake Ya Tailfeather, Nelly, P. Diddy & Murphy Lee3. Get Low, Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz Featuring Ying Yang Twins4. Right Thurr, Chingy5. Frontin’, Pharrell Featuring Jay-Z6. Damn!, YoungBloodZ Featuring Lil Jon7. P.I.M.P., 50 Cent8. Into You, Fabolous Featuring Tamia Or Ashanti9. Stand Up, Ludacris Featuring Shawnna10. Where Is The Love?, Black Eyed Peas