Sean Kingston and Rihanna are the lone Caribbean artists to rank in the top ten most popular trends among Americans this year.

A year-end look at the most popular trends among Americans during 2007 by Nielsen revealed that Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’ was tagged among the ‘10 Most Played Songs on the Radio’ while Kingston’s ‘Beautiful Girls’ ranked among the ten most downloaded ring tones.

‘Umbrella’ was played a whopping 328,000 times, to take the eighth spot on the top 10 rankings. At number one was ‘Buy U A Drank’ by T-Pain featuring Yung Joc. T-Pain also topped the 10 most downloaded ring tone chart.

The top 10 rankings came as Rihanna was forced to cancel several concerts in the UK due to illness and as Kingston and Intel Corporation collaborated on the artist's new song, "Gotta Move Faster."

Subtle Intel mentions and visual cues are woven into the lyrics and music video, both of which pertain to Sean's mobile life - on tour, shooting music videos, meeting with music execs, chillin' with his friends anywhere in the world - and how he loves using the best technology around to move faster and stay connected.

Intel is donating its profits from sales of the single and ring tones to the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network, an after-school community-based technology learning program that enables youth in underserved communities to acquire tools necessary for personal and professional success. – Hardbeatnews.com

THIS IS SO GOOD FUH THE CARIBBEAN. ALTHOUGH SEAN KINGSTON IS AMERICAN BORN (a lil info for liteskinbiy). Congrats to both artists, they did the caribbean extremely proud especially RIHANNA who has the year's biggest song UMBRELLA, i am lookin forward to 2008 as BAJAN ARTISTS LIKE LIVVI, SHONTELLE, HAL AND JCO GET READY TO TAKE THE WORLD BY STORM. they can count on my IMIX BAJAN ARTISTS PROMOTION CAMPAIGN fuh 2008.