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AOL MUSIC CHARTS 12/2-12/8
Eminem, Mariah, Black Eyed Peas Lead,
While 50 Cent, Mariah take #1 Video and
Song Searches for the Year
Top Music Searches in 2005

AOL Search has just unveiled its list of the top searches for 2005, revealing some interesting trends in music. The ability to easily search videos online came on strong this year, especially for music fans. For video search across all topics on AOL Video Search, 50 Cent came in at #1, followed by Madonna (#4) and Live 8 (#24). As for song searches, multiple Grammy nominee Mariah Carey's “We Belong Together" took the top spot, followed by Gwen Stefani, who took #2.

Top Songs:
1) “We Belong Together” by Mariah Carey
2) “Hollaback Girl” by Gwen Stefani
3) “My Humps” by Black Eyed Peas
4) “Candy Shop” by 50 Cent
5) “Listen to Your Heart” by DHT
6) “Laffy Taffy” by D4L
7) “Gold Digger” by Kanye West
8) “Disco Inferno” by 50 Cent
9) “La Tortura” by Shakira
10) “Obsession” by Frankie J.

Top Video Search Results:
1) 50 Cent
2) Paris Hilton
3) Tsunami
4) Madonna
5) Angelina Jolie
6) Jessica Simpson
7) Ciara
8) Pamela Anderson
9) American Idol
10) Star Wars

TOP 11 VIDEOS (12/2-12/8)
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TOP 11 SONGS (12/2-12/8)
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ARTIST/SONG

PLAYS

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1

1

Black Eyed Peas
My Humps

490,968

4,435,939

2

3

Chris Brown
Run It

325,694

1,946,923

3

2

Madonna
Hung Up (AOL Music Live!)

320,337

1,738,153

4

New

Ashlee Simpson
L.O.V.E.

314,658

314,658

5

5

Kelly Clarkson
Because of You(AOL Music Live!)

288,292

2,412,547

6

21

Lindsay Lohan
Confessions of a Broken Heart

269,401

942,674

7

8

Hilary Duff
Beat of My Heart

268,874

899,291

8

10

Mariah Carey
Don't Forget About Us

267,288

612,783

9

7

Sean Paul
We Be Burnin'

243,794

2,452,463

10

9

Kanye West
Gold Digger ([email protected])

234,237

3,050,020

11

4

Pussycat Dolls
Stickwitu

231,632

1,230,016

1

3

Eminem
When I'm Gone

357,797

662,212

2

33

Lindsay Lohan
Confessions of A Broken Heart

239,550

701,782

3

4

Pussycat Dolls
Stickwitu

118,485

945,267

4

5

D4L
Laffy Taffy

110,171

893,320

5

6

Black Eyed Peas
My Humps

90,660

2,397,050

6

13

Korn
Twisted Transistor

90,359

340,710

7

12

Nelly
Grillz

82,024

319,335

8

2

Chris Brown
Run It

80,121

1,322,420

9

New

Lil Wayne
Fireman

79,497

79,497

10

New

Ashanti
Still on It

76,980

76,980

11

9

Fall Out Boy
Dance, Dance ([email protected])

66,722

446,747

TOP 11 RADIO (12/2-12/8)
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TOP 11 SEARCHES (12/2-12/8)
 

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ARTIST

1

2

Mariah Carey
Don't Forget About Us

102,898

2

4

Ying Yang Twins
Shake

81,104

3

20

Dem Franchize Boyz
I Think They Like Me

80,614

4

9

Trina
Here We Go

78,717

5

5

Nickelback
Photograph

76,551

6

6

Keyshia Cole
I Should Have Cheated

76,492

7

11

Juelz Santana
There It Go (The Whistle Song)

75,779

8

16

Nelly
Grillz

75,298

9

7

Black Eyed Peas
My Humps

73,547

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