Incarcerated Dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel and current front runner Alkaline both ranked lower on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart from last week.
Vybz Kartel with is ‘King Of The Dancehall’ album dropped to No.4 on it’s second week after making it’s debut at No.2. The 14-track project which was produced by TJ records scored the biggest first-week sales for a dancehall artiste since Beenie Man’s ‘Undisputed’ album in 2006.
According to sales tracker Nielsen Music, ‘King Of The Dancehall’ sold 1,867 copies the first week of it’s release on June 10.
Meanwhile, Dancehall enigma Alkaline sits at the No.10 spot with ‘New Level Unlocked,’ this makes it the 13th week since the project has been on the charts.