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Shaggy, Sting still in the runnings

By Kevin Jackson
Observer writer

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

San Diego fusion band Slightly Stoopid returns to the number one spot on the Billboard Reggae album Chart this week with Everyday Life, Everyday People .

Despite moving a paltry 120 copies last week. To date, it has sold 14,016 copies since its release in July.

Beres Hammond's Never Ending moved up to number three with another 109 copies, a slight drop from the 122 copies it clocked last week. It's total sales stands at 2,591.

Moving up three spots to number two is 44/876 by Sting and Shaggy, which sold another 106 copies. To date it has moved 50,348.

Former chart-topper Free Rein by Rebelution inches up to number five. Since its release earlier this year, it has sold 18,426 copies.

Poetry in Motion by SOJA has been on the chart for over one year. This week it moves up to number six for a total of 8,470 copies.

The compilation Reggae Gold 2018 vaults from number 14 to six. It has so far sold 2,044 copies since its release in July.

Iration's self-titled set moves up from number 16 to seven, while Ziggy Marley's Rebellion Rises rockets from 15 to eight.

Slipping down one place to number nine is One Day by Common Kings, while Popcaan's Forever rebounds from 21 to 10.

Since its release in July, Forever has sold 2,824 copies.