Here’s the latest issue of Global Reggae Charts magazine!
Gentleman’s Dub Club has risen to the top of the album charts with Lost In Space, but it’s King Mas at #7 for the debut of Crown who has deservedly received the cover! The release is a strong stylistic blend, and watch out for the pair of live dubs from Wadadah II.
Once again, Koffee dominates the single charts as “Throne” sits at #1 and Toast at #2! Of note are the three tracks still on the charts after ten months: Alborosie featuring Chronixx at #4, Kabaka Pyramid featuring Damian Marley at #15, and Beres Hammand at #19. The Emeterians come in with a respectable first showing at #6 for “Babylon Bridge” featuring Ky_Mani Marley; likewise, Marcus Gad is right behind with “River.” Other new tracks come in at #11: “Great Men” by Busy Signal, “Stronger” featuring Luciano by Jahcoustix, and “Every Nation” featuring Chino, Tarrus Riley, and Dre Island by Sizzla. Jah9’s “Heaven (Ready Fi Di Feeling)” stays relevant at #17, following immediately by Protoje and Third World.
A quick look at the riddim charts reveals some freshness as well, with three of the five releases in their first month. “Peng Peng Riddim” still reigns in its sixth month, but Upsetta’s “Lion Pride Riddim: Reloaded” (#2), Baco’s “Big Slap Riddim” (#4), and 149’s “Sweep It Out Riddim” (#5) reflect a solid shift.
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