Khago debuts on Billboard

By Kevin Jackson
Observer writer

Thursday, February 22, 2018

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Walk A Mile, the debut album from deejay Khago, enters the Billboard Reggae Album chart at number five.

Produced by Kemar “Flava” McGregor and released by Streaminn Hub Inc, the 14-track set sold 213 in its opening week. It features songs such as Let Me Love You, Stronger, Die for Your Love, Why You Walking Out and Born to Win (featuring Sky Bad).

At number three is another new arrival, the Fox Fuse-produced Get Soca 2018 compilation which moved 298 copies.

The 21-song bonanza has hits by top soca artistes, Nailah Blackman's (with Shensea) Badishh, Criminal Wine by Patrice Roberts, Lyrikal and Millbeatz, No One Waiting by Nadia Batson and Destra Garcia, Showtime by Machel Montano, Wifey by Farmer Nappy, and Soca Addiction by Skinny Banton.

Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Adam Gross enters the chart at number 12 with his four-song EP, In Control, which sold 81 copies.

Another various artistes release, Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica, retains the number one spot for a second week. It sold an additional 439 copies to bring its six-week total to 1,711 copies.

Marching Orders by The Green is number two, selling an additional 308 for a total of 6,546 copies. Damian Marley's Grammy-winning Stony Hill slips to number four with 258 with total sales of 18,170 copies.

At number six is Sister Caro (EP) by Henricci, while Vessel of Love, a recent chart-topper for Hollie Cook falls to number seven.

Roots Party by Tribal Seeds moves up from 10 to eight, while Chronology by Chronixx slips from number seven to nine.

Poetry in Motion by SOJA is number 10.




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