While Byron Messia's Talibans has made its exit from at least one Billboard chart, Teejay's Drift has now entered multiple charts.
Drift re-enters the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart at #41, while debuting at #37 on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay. On Rhythmic Top 40 Airplay, Drift steps up from #36 to #33.
As for Talibans, the version with Burna Boy and Byron Messia inches up from #8 to #7 on the US Afrobeats Songs chart, while the original version rises from #88 to #76 in its 15th week on the Nigeria Hot 100 chart.
Talibans exits R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, however it backtracks from #9 to #10 on Rap Airplay. Over on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, Talibans crashes from #11 to #20, while inching down from #37 to #38 on Rhythmic Airplay.
Over now to the streaming and sales-driven Billboard Reggae Albums chart, Bob Marley and the Wailers spend another week on top with Legend, which clocks 200 non-consecutive weeks at the top.
Shaggy's Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection remains unmoved at #2, so too Sean Paul's Dutty Classics Collection at #3.
Sean Paul appears again at #4 with the Grammy-winning Dutty Rock, while Catch a Fire by Bob Marley & The Wailers revisits the chart at #5.
Greatest Hits by UB40 is down to #6, while Wisdom, Set in Stone, and World on Fire by Stick Figure are #7, #8, and #9 respectively.
No Love by Byron Messia is on its way off the chart, sliding down to #10.
On the South Florida Reggae chart, King Banton's cover of Dennis Brown's Love Has Found Its Way takes over the #1 spot, while Mind Games by Paul Elliott improves from #4 to #2.
Niceness by Marcia Griffiths rebounds from #12 to #10.
This week's new entries are She Said by G Cole at #23, I Shall Be Released by Hezron and Big Youth at #24, and Faith Over Fear by Hopeton Lindo at #25.
Bad Boy Johnny by Tony Roy is the new #1 on the New York Reggae chart, while Look a Girl by Stephen and Chino McGregor inches up from #3 to #2.
Cut Me Open by 1Mr Smooth and Yello Stone bullets from #15 to #13, and Boxing Around (#28) and Lonely Soldier by Sleepy Wonder (#29) are the new entries.
Swept Away by Jamaican-born, Canada-based Andre Duhaney takes over the #1 spot on the Rebel Vibes Top Ten Canadian Reggae chart.
Jamaica it Nice by Tasha T rises to #6, while Stir This Thing by JUNO nominee Ammoye featuring Turbulence is #8.