NEW YORK, Nov. 13 (UPI) -- Beyonce and Sean Paul remained atop Billboard's Hot 100 with "Baby Boy."
The song has has been No. 1 for eight straight weeks and is once again fending off "Stand Up" from Ludacris and Shawnna, which is at No. 2.
Narrowing the gap, however, was OutKast's "Hey Ya!" The song is the chart's fastest-growing track at radio for the second week in a row and jumped from 13 last week to No. 5 on the latest list.
"Hey Ya!" is one of two singles from OutKast's double-CD "Speakerboxxx/The Love Below" (Arista). "The Way You Move," featuring Sleepy Brown was also performing well, hanging in the top-10 but falling to No. 8 this week from No. 7.
Yet "Hey Ya!" was the clear crossover hit, and earned jump to No. 6 on the Top 40 Mainstream chart published by Billboard sister publication Airplay Monitor.
In addition, "Hey Ya!" topped Billboard's Hot Digital Tracks tally for the sixth week in a row. That marked a minor milestone on Billboard's charts: It was the first time the top title on the Hot Digital Tracks chart has outsold the No. 1 commercial single on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles Sales tally.
"Hey Ya!" led the digital list with 8,000 downloads in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.