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POP MUSIC CHARTS

Jill Scott's Back in Local Top 10

March 10, 2001|RICHARD CROMELIN

Performers go on concert tours to stimulate record sales (among other reasons), and maybe it works. R&B singer Jill Scott headlined the Universal Amphitheatre Feb. 22 and, in the sales week ending March 4, her debut album, which is No. 19 nationally, moved back into the Southern California Top 10.

TOP 10 ALBUMS

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Title, Artist (Nat'l Rank) Last Week 1 Everyday, Dave Matthews Band (1) -- 2 Hotshot, Shaggy (2) 1 3 The Professional 2, DJ Clue (3) -- 4 No Angel, Dido (5) 4 5 1, the Beatles (6) 2 6 All That You Can't Leave Behind, U2 (15) 6 7 Tha Last Meal, Snoop Dogg (26) 8 8 Who Is Jill Scott? . . . , Jill Scott (19) 12 9 J.Lo, Jennifer Lopez (17) 7 10 Greatest Hits, Lenny Kravitz (10) 10

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TOP 10 SINGLES

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Title, Artist (Nat'l Rank) Last Week 1 It's Over Now, 112 (1) 3 2 Bow Wow, Lil' Bow Wow (3) 2 3 Stutter, Joe (2) 1 4 Promise, Jagged Edge (8) 9 5 It Wasn't Me, Shaggy (6) 4 6 Look at Us, Sarina Paris (24) 18 7 Butterfly, Crazy Town (4) 8 8 Ms. Jackson/B.O.B., OutKast (10) 5 9 Dollaz Drank & Dank, Mr. Short Khop (37) 11 10 Could It Be, Jaheim (5) 13

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Source: SoundScan Inc., for week ended March 4

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