The album — which consists of 22 tracks including Coloring This Life, Every Girl (feat. Gaza Tussan), Lipstick, Fever, Can’t Say No (feat. MonCherie), Most Wanted, Enemy Zone, Like Google (feat. Demarco) and Which Friend — has soared to the top of the charts in-front the likes of fellow Jamaican entertainers Alkaline, Bob Marley, Ziggy Marley and others.
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Vybz Kartel’s new album “King of the Dancehall” is also at #32 on iTunes Top Albums Chart.
“King of the Dancehall is not just a 22 song compilation, it’s a masterpiece, an album that encompasses the very essence of Adidja Palmer and by extension, The Jamaican experience,” Kartel told media reporters.
“The album will bring its listeners into the world of hardcore Dancehall,” he added.
King Of the Dancehall follows the release of his 2015 album called Viking, which peaked at No.3 on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart.
In the meantime, controversial Dancehall artiste Alkaline’s ‘New Level Unlocked’ album sits at the No.24 spot on the chart.