Pressure’s Red Rose blooms on Billboard

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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US Virgin Islands native Pressure Busspipe scores his first entry on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart this week with Red Rose which debuts at number eight.


Released November 2 by Jalpo Records/Busspipe Records, the 12-track set is the follow-up to the artiste’s 2014 release The Sound.



Red Rose contains Time is The Master, Once Again, Lost Without You, Woman of The Nile, and Moments. This is the sixth album from the 35-year-old singer whose given name is Delyno Brown.


Elsewhere on the chart, last week’s number one Live at Red Rocks by California reggae band Rebelution falls to number two. The quartet retains top spot with Falling Into Place.


Moving up two spots to number three is Stick Figure with Set in Stone, while Beenie Man’s Unstoppable falls to number four.



Nothing More to Say by The Frightnrs is up to number five, while at number six is You & I (EP) by Shifta X and Che’Nelle.


Stephen Marley’s Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life slips to number seven. Wandering Soul by HIRIE is at number nine.



Water For Your Soul by Joss Stone rounds things out at number 10.


— Kevin Jackson

  

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