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Sadiki enjoys first number one

Published:Tuesday | October 5, 2010 | 12:00 AM

Reggae singer/songwriter/producer Sadiki scored his first number one single in the United Kingdom.

The BBC World Beat Reggae Top 10 Chart showed African Queen had taken over the number one spot this week.

The song is the lead single from Sadiki's Lifeline album, which was released in September by Skinny Bwoy/Joe Fraser Records.

Sadiki's Lifeline is international lover's rock reggae at it's finest.

Veteran producer

Boasting production from veteran producer Lloyd Campbell, Jason Sterling and Sadiki, the album's 16 tracks takes you on a slow, sultry and sometimes painful journey through the ups and downs of love and relationships.

A stellar cast of musician's which includes Dean Fraser, Sly and Robbie, Mafia and Fluxy, 'Computer' Paul Henton and Sir Duke Reid, have been assembled to

create the lush bed of music over which Sadiki's vocals float effortlessly.

Some of the tracks include Lifeline, Here I Am To Worship, What Would You Do, Make-up Sex, and Hold Me Tight.