Bunji Garlin turns up heat

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

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BUNJI Garlin earns his highest-charting album on this week's Billboard Reggae a lbum c hart.

Turn Up, a 17-track set released on September 1 via VP Music Group, enters the chart at three. He previously peaked at six with Differentology in August 2014.

Turn Up is Garlin's 12th studio album and it features Dance In Paint (featuring 1st Klase), The Marriage (featuring Damian Marley), and Take Over Town (featuring R City).

Also new on the chart is Calypso: The Unsung Legacy by GBM Nutron. The 15-track opus bows in at number 11. It was released by FOX Fuse.

Elsewhere, Back to My Roots by IamStylezMusic continues to hold down the number one spot. The album has been on top for three weeks.

Sizzla's I'm Yours, produced by Jon FX, rebounds to four from its position at 27 on last week's chart.

Moving up to five is Falling Into Place by Rebelution, while Chronixx holds firm at six with Chronology.

Falling two places to seven is Know No Better (EP) by Major Lazer, while Soca Gold 2017 leaps to eight up from last week's number 14.

The various artistes compilation Reggae Gold 2017 from VP Records falls to nine, while last week's number four title, A Kingston Story: Come From Far, by New Kingston falls to 10.

Frightnrs' Nothing More to Say is back at 12, while Live at Red Rocks by Rebelution falls from nine to 13.

Jumping from 39 to 14 is Avrakedabra by Morgan Heritage, while Stephen Marley's Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life falls from 10 to 15.

— Kevin Jackson

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