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Etana returns to Billboard top 10

Monday, July 16, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Reggae Forever, the fifth studio release from Jamaican singer Etana, revisits the Billboard Reggae album chart's top 10. For the chart, dated July 21, the Tads Records release catapulted from 41 to number six.

"I am grateful for all the support that I've gotten so far for the album. It just goes to show that there is true support and love for the album. I am grateful to Tads Records for all their hard work and support," Etana told OBSERVER ONLINE earlier today.

This is Etana's fifth charting title on the Billboard chart and her second number one. The album topped the chart dated March 31.

Elsewhere on the chart, Sting and Shaggy's 44/876 is number one, while Free Rein by Rebelution is number two for a second week.

Last week's number one title A Matter of Time by Protoje is down to number three, while Ziggy Marley's Rebellion Rises is number four.

Iration's self-titled album is number five, while Altitude by Jahman from the US Virgin Islands, holds steady at number seven.

Sister Caro EP by Henricci is number eight, Stony Hill by Damian Marley is number nine and Soca Gold various artistes compilation is number 10.

Kevin Jackson

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