Skeng jams with Nicki on Billboard

(Jamaica Observer) – SKENG’S Likkle Miss (remix) featuring Nicki Minaj hits three Billboard charts this week. The song, produced by Drop Top Records and Di Truth Records, debuts at 18 on the all-genre Digital Song Sales chart.

On the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart, Likkle Miss (remix) re-enters to score a new peak at six. It also rises to a new peak of four on the Rap Digital Song Sales chart.

The Likkle Miss (remix) was added to Nicki Minaj’s hit compilation Queen Radio: Volume 1 in August.

A new remix of Likkle Miss with Skeng, Nicki, Lady Leshurr, Pamputtae, Dovey Magnum, Spice, Destra, Patrice Roberts, London Hill and Lisa Mercedez was released last week.

On the Billboard Reggae Albums chart, Kabaka Pyramid debuts at 13 with his sophomore set The Kalling. The album sold 637 in album equivalent units. Of that sum, 284 were pure album sales.

The Kalling was released September 30, via Ghetto Youths International and Bebble Rock Music. It has 15 songs and features collaborations with Tifa, Damian Marley (who also produced the album), Buju Banton, Jemere Morgan, Stephen Marley, Protoje, Jesse Royal, and newcomer Answele.

This is Kabaka’s second entry on the Billboard chart. In 2018, Kontraband opened at number three with first-week sales of 551 units.

Bob Marley and the Wailers’s Legend spends 143 non-consecutive weeks in the number one spot while Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection is steady at number two.

Former chart-topper Wisdom by Stick Figure remains at three, Greatest Hits by UB40 inches up to four, and World on Fire by Stick Figure is up to number five.
Sean Paul’s Dutty Rock re-enters at six, Set in Stone by Stick Figure is at seven, while The Trinity by Sean Paul is back at eight.

Gifted by Koffee is nine and Burna Boy’s Outside dips to 10.

On the sales-driven US Current Reggae Albums chart, The Kalling by Kabaka Pyramid opens at number one while Mood Swing by Hirie debuts at number three with 161 copies. Vybz Kartel’s True Religion starts at number four with 127 copies.

In the Cayman Islands, Hot 104.1 FM is reporting that it’s most requested song for the week on its Hot 5 chart is Rastaman by Kabaka Pyramid and Tifa.

On the New York Reggae chart, Reverse the Curse by Richie Stephens spends a sixth non-consecutive week at number one.

Loyalty by Mikey General darts from 12 to nine, while Playing Money Games by Terry Linen steps from 20 to 17.

This week’s new entries are Don’t Play Me by Shuga (number 27) and Africa by Timmy Love (number 29).

Don’t Do It by Hopeton Lindo, Marcia Griffiths and Freddie McGregor is number one for a second week on the South Florida Reggae chart.

Everyday of My Life by Robert Ffrench is up to 16, while the new entries are Troublemaker by Latty Guzang (number 20) and Grown Woman by Hopeton Lindo with Peter G (number 25).

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