Global Reggae Charts – Issue 9 // January 2018


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Global Reggae Charts magazine is out and it brings a new special, the Annual Charts. Based on voter data Global Reggae Charts presents the best singles and albums in 2017.

The year 2017 was a rich reggae year, coming with plenty of great music. The year of 2018 is expected to be an awesome one also. GRC is introducing a frequently requested category called Riddim Charts. Riddim Charts was finally made possible by the increase in the voter pool.


Global Reggae Charts Magazine #9 - January 2018

“Working on your debut album with such maturity is certainly one of the benefits that come with not rushing things or, as I formerly called it, the Slow Music Approach.”  
– Jesse Royal in Global Reggae Charts interview.

Jesse Royal has been topping the album charts for three months straight with his creative talents for monthly singles and album charts. He is the featured artist for this month’s edition of Global Reggae Charts.


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Artists are starting  to use the charts as a reference. Radio stations, not regularly involved with reggae, are starting to use the charts for orientation and airplay consideration.“

A riddim charts section will be released every month. Current changes and background info can be found in the editorial of the magazine.

The GR  Singles Chart’s has Alborosie’s “Living Dread” at #1. Protoje and Mortimer had to make space for Jah9 with “Feel Good”, which is #2.

The album charts, have even eight new entries where at the top of the charts we find again Jesse Royal, Havana meets Kingston and Damian Marley. These three artists have been on an upward trend over the past months.

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