Bob's back on top
Bob Marley

AFTER being displaced for a week by Stick Figure's Wisdom, Legend: The Best of Bob Marley and the Wailers retains the number one spot on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart.

Legend now clocks 141 non-consecutive weeks in pole position. Wisdom, one of three titles in the top ten for Stick Figure, dips to number two selling an additional 3,322 copies in pure album sales, to bring its two-week tally to 12,994 in pure sales.

New at number three, Mid-Atlantic Dub by Bumpin Uglies. The 13-track set released under exclusive license by Ineffable Records on September 16, features collaborations with SOJA's Jacob Hemphill, Little Stranger, Wax, The Elovaters, Tropidelic and Ballyhoo!

This is the fifth charted title for Bumpin Uglies, an American punk reggae band from Annapolis, Maryland. The group's sole chart-topper thus far is 2018's Best from the East.

Mid-Atlantic Dub also debuts on other Billboard charts. It is number 21 on the Heatseekers Albums chart, number 34 on Top Current Album Sales and number 38 on Top Album Sales.

Back onto this week's reggae table, Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection by Shaggy slides down to four, while Sean Paul's Dutty Classics Collection inches up to five.

UB40's Greatest Hits dips two places to six, World on Fire by Stick Figure backtracks to seven, and Gifted by Koffee inches up to eight.

Burna Boy's Outside revisits the chart at number nine, while Stick Figure's Set in Stone tumbles to 10.

In the Cayman Islands, These Streets Know My Name by DJ Khaled, Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Sizzla, Capleton and Skillibeng is number one on Hot 104.1 FM. Tape Measure by Spice is number two, while Want Her Love by Maxi Priest is four and London by Skeng is five.

On the Rebel Vibez Top Ten Canadian Reggae chart, Love Yourself by The Conscious Underground is number one, while Signs by Kirk Diamond, ZionOnMyMind and Liimpala is number nine.

Richie Stephens's Reverse the Curse tops the South Florida Reggae chart for a fourth week.

Save the Children by Hezron inches up from six to five, while Tanya Stephens's Fifty with Patra is at 10.

Marcia J Ball's Close to You moves 18 to 15, while new entries are Everyday of My Life by Robert Ffrench (number 22) and Always and Forever by Leroy Smart (number 23).

On the Foundation Radio Network (New York) Reggae chart, Collie Weed by The ATF Band spends a second week at number one.

Missing You by Sun Shade is up from nine to seven, Butter Bread by Mykal Rose bolts from 15 to 12.

Mikey General's Loyalty rises from 18 to 15, while Guaranteed by Christopher Martin jumps 28 to 25.

Don't Let Her Take by Empress Uneek and Lutan Fyah is new at 29.

Kevin Jackson

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