Tanya worth her Weight in Gold

A few months ago, Tanya Stephens topped regional charts with Fifty, a collaboration with Patra which is featured on Tanya's latest album Some Kinda Madness.

Stephens has released the follow-up single Weight in Gold (featuring Nadine Sutherland) which entered the Foundation Radio Network (New York) Reggae chart on the weekend in the number 29 position.

Some Kinda Madness also features the chart-topping single Diamonds in the Sun, a collaboration with Cedella Marley and Diana King. Other collaborations on the album include the title track (with Singer J), So Damaged (with Kelly Shane) and Jezebel (with Sabrina Qureshi).

Still on the Foundation Radio Network (New York) chart, Christopher Martin's Guaranteed spends a third week at number one.

Richie Stephens' Delilah steps up from eight to six, while Original Song by Sanchez moves from 11 to nine.

Moving to the South Florida Reggae chart, Everyday of My Life by Robert Ffrench clocks three weeks in the number one spot.

Inique's Coward Bwoy moves up from 10 to seven, while Coldest Days of My Life by Kashief Lindo improves from 14 to 11.

I Need Your Love by Beres Hammond bolts from 18 to 14, and Really Together by Lukie D and Alaine is the sole debut at number 24.

On the streaming and sales-driven Billboard Reggae Albums chart, Bob Marley and the Wailers are number one with Legend, for a 154th non-consecutive week.

Sean Paul's Dutty Classics Collection inches up to number two, while Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection by Shaggy dips to three.

Stick Figure is at four and five with Wisdom and World on Fire, respectively, while Live at Red Rocks by Rebelution rises from nine to six.

Greatest Hits by UB40 slips to seven, Set in Stone by Stick Figure holds at number eight, while Gifted by Koffee inches up to nine.

Outside by Burna Boy re-enters the chart at 10.

Recording artiste Tanya Stephens (Photo: Mikhail Ranklin)
Kevin Jackson

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