Old Soul, the fourth studio album by Stephen Marley, has become his fifth charted title on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart.
The 15-track set which was released September 15 via Ghetto Youths/Tuff Gong Worldwide/UMe, débuts at #10 on the latest chart.
Old Soul features the collaborations Cast the First Stone (with Damian Marley), Thanks We Get (Do Fi Dem) with Buju Banton, There's a Reward with Ziggy Marley, a remake of I Shot the Sheriff with Eric Clapton, and Standing in Love with Slightly Stoopid.
Stephen's has four #1 titles to date. Mind Control spent 14 weeks on top beginning in April 2007 (it spent 78 weeks on the chart), Revelation Part 1: The Root of Life was #1 for four weeks in 2011 (spent 78 week on the tally), Revelation Part 2: The Fruit of Life clocked two weeks at #1 in 2016, while Mind Control: Acoustic logged a single week on top in 2008.
Still on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart, Stephen's dad Bob and the Wailers continue their dominance in the #1 spot, spending 193 non-consecutive weeks.
Shaggy's The Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection logs another week at #2, while Dutty Classics Collection by Sean Paul is steady at #3.
No Love by Byron Messia rebounds to #4, while Sean Paul's Dutty Rock dips to #5.
Greatest Hits by UB40 inches up to #6, with Set in Stone, Wisdom, and World on Fire by Stick Figure holding positions #7, #8 and #9.
Byron Messia's Talibans II with Burna Boy continues to lose steam on the Billboard US Afrobeats Songs chart, sliding down from #5 to #6. The song spends its 8th week on the chart, having peaked at #3.
The original version of Talibans is firm at #24 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, while inching up one spot from #14 to #13 on Rap Airplay.
On the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, Talibans holds firm at #21, but fares better making an upward tick from #21 to #20 on Rhythmic Airplay Top 40.
Wind Me Up, the collaboration between American inspirational singer Dante Bowe and Jamaican reggae artiste Anthony B, re-enters Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart at #50, while remaining at #15 on Adult R&B Airplay.
Singer D'Yani makes his presence felt on the Nigeria Hot 100 Singles chart, as We Up, a collaboration with Nigerian singer Balloranking, débuts at #53.
Moving now to the New York Reggae chart, Althea Hewitt's remake of Lulu's To Sir With Love spends a second week at #1.
He Lives by Sanchez and Busy Signal rises from #22 to #17, while Queen of the Arena by Chardel Rhoden steps up from #25 to #21.
Sustenance by Carl Ivermore debuts at #30.
On the South Florida Reggae chart, Hopeton Lindon and Novel-T's remake of Don't Know Much is #1 for a third week.
This week's new entries are Celebration Time by 1980s deejay Screwdriver (#21). Screwdriver is the uncle of singer Kranium, best known for the platinum-certified and Billboard charting single Nobody Has to Know.
Rasta Man by Richie Spice debuts at #25.