Ziggy over­takes Beenie on this week’s Bill­board

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on this week’s Bill­board

DANCE­HALL ARTISTE Beenie Man fell on the Reg­gae Bill­board chart af­ter spend­ing only one week in top 10.

Beenie’s Un­stop­pable al­bum was re­placed by Ziggy Mar­ley’s self-ti­tled project, which is now en­joy­ing its 19th con­sec­u­tive week on the chart.

Stephen Mar­ley also im­proved his plac­ing on the chart this week, mov­ing up to num­ber two with the al­bum Rev­e­la­tion Part Two: The Fruit of Life. The al­bum is in its 10th week on the chart and fea­tures the likes of Rakim, Kar­di­nal Off­ishall, Rick Ross, Wacka Flocka, Wy­clef Jean, Pit­bull, DJ Khaled and Black Thought. Lo­cal acts who made the cut in­clude Ju­nior Reid, Bounty Killer, and Mad Cobra.

The Fright­nrs are cur­rently placed at num­ber three with the ef­fort Noth­ing More To Say, while Set in Stone, by Stick Fig­ure, came in at num­ber four this week af­ter spend­ing 46 weeks on the chart.


English singer Joss Stone came in at num­ber seven and leads the pack for the long­est project in top-10 con­tention. The singer also con­tin­ues to lead in sales and is now en­joy­ing her 60th week on the Reg­gae Bill­board top 10 chart.

Fire­flies by John Brown’s Body fell from num­ber four last week to num­ber eight, af­ter three weeks. Reg­gae Gold moved up to num­ber nine this week af­ter fall­ing to 13 last week, and clos­ing out the top 10 is Hot­ting Up by Ira­tion, en­joy­ing its 57th week on the chart.

On the Hot 100, Tory Lanez moved up to num­ber 21 with

Luv, while Sean Paul fell to num­ber seven with Cheap

Thrills. Charly Black made the move to num­ber 21 with the sin­gle Gyal You a Party An­i­mal. The record is en­joy­ing its 18th week on the EDM Mu­sic and Dance chart.



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