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Chart Watch | The Green’s Marching Orders on top

Published:Thursday | November 2, 2017 | 12:00 AM
The Green

Marching Orders by Hawaiian outfit The Green has debuted at N0.1 on the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart for the week ending November 11, 2017.

The deposed number one for the previous two weeks running, Jesse Royal's Lily of da Valley, is now at N0.3, slipping below Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley's Stony Hill, which holds firm at number two.

Completing the top five are Falling into Place (Rebelution) and More to Say Versis (The Frightnrs) at number four and five respectively. The Frightnrs set has re-entered the chart while the Rebelution album, has moved up a place in a whopping 73rd week on the listing.

It is two in a row for Jamaica, as Sizzla's I'm Yours is at N0.6 (down from number four in its eighth week on the chart), and Chronixx's Chronology a place behind at N0.7, the same slot it held last week. This is Chronology's 16th week on the chart.

SOJA's Poetry in Motion is at N0.8, the Major Lazer EP Know No Better is ninth, and closing out the top 10 is The Science of Numbers (Project 432).

The Best of Jimmy Cliff wraps up the chart at N0.15. Just before it is the Reggae GOLD 2017 compilation, and Rebelution opens the lowest third of the ranking with Live at Red Rocks. Making its debut at N0.12 is Studio One Supreme: Maximum 70s and 80s Early Dancehall Sounds, while the Common Kings' Lost in Paradise holds the N0.13 position.

- M.C.