Shaggy, Sting hold firm

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

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New Zealand reggae fusion band Sons of Zion makes its debut on this week's Billboard Reggae Album chart.

The group's third album, Vantage Point, enters at number nine. The album, which contains 15 tracks, was released on May 11 via Sony Music Entertainment.

For the fourth week running, Sting and Shaggy remain on top with their collaborative effort 44/876. The album has now hit the 20,000 mark.

Damian Marley moves up to number two with his long-charting, Grammy-winning album Stony Hill, while the Sister Caro EP by Henricci rises two spots to number three.

The various artistes Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica tumbles from two to four, while Poetry in Motion by SOJA catapults from 14 to five.

Inching up one spot to number six is Chronology by Chronixx, while former chart-topper Marching Orders by The Green moves from eight to seven.

Rising from 12 to eight is the hit-laden Get Soca 2018 various artistes compilation, as Romain Virgo tumbles from six to 10 with Lovesick.

Elsewhere on other Billboard charts, Don't Make Me Wait by Sting and Shaggy moves from four to three on the Dance Club Songs chart.

Over on the R&B Hip Hop Airplay chart, Walking Trophy by Jamaican-born, New York-based rapper Hood Celebrityy, moves from 34 to 32.

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