December 20, 2023

Masicka falls on Billboard

article reposted by Chelsea


Generation of Kings, the sophomore album by dancehall rookie Masicka has backtracked on this week’s Billboard Reggae Albums chart.

The album debuted at #2 last week and has since slipped to #3.

Over on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, Generation of Kings has made its exit, after debuting at #14 last week.

Back on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart, Bob Marley and the Wailers log 205 non-consecutive weeks in the #1 spot with Legend.

Shaggy is back in familiar territory as Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection rises to #2.

Sean Paul has back-to-back entries with Dutty Classics Collection steady at #4, while the Grammy-winning Dutty Rock re-enters at #5.

World on Fire by Stick Figure slips one rung down to #6, Greatest Hits by UB40 inches up to #7, and Set in Stone and Wisdom by Stick Figure are #8 and #9 respectively.

Byron Messia’s No Love dips to #10.

Teejay continues to make his presence felt on the Billboard R&B airplay charts. Over on Rhythmic Top 40, Drift remains at #32, but it fares better on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, stepping up from #36 to #30.

On regional charts, I Shall be Released by Hezron with Big Youth spends a second week at #1 on the New York Reggae chart.

Richie Stephens’ remake of Statue of a Fool steps up from #6 to #2, while Trodding by Anthony B makes a new entry at #28.

Over on the South Florida Reggae chart, Niceness by Marcia Griffiths is #1, while Brutal by Mykal Rose gains from #14 to #10.

Althea Hewitt’s cover of Do Me Baby, a song originally written and recorded by Prince, debuts at #25.

Swept Away by Andrae Duhaney spends another week at #1 on the Rebel Vibez Top Ten Canadian Reggae chart.

Meanwhile, High Grade Spot by Neto Youth and Daddy Mosy rises to #2 and Testimony by Planky Don and Prohcess enters at #6.

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