‘Jamaica Garrison Christmas Vol. 2’ Debut 3 Songs At Most sensible Of iTunes Reggae Chart

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The newest set up of the Jamaica Garrison Christmas album- The Sexy Edition reached a ancient milestone on Saturday because the album held the highest 3 spots at the aggressive chart.

At No. 1 was once “Carnival” through Jah Fabio that includes Gyptian, whilst No. 2 is “Destroyer” through Cashan that includes Jah Villani and No. 3 “Tonight” through Charly Black.

The Jamaica Garrison Christmas Volume 2: The Sexy Edition was once launched on Dec seventeenth, 2021, and is a component 2 of the primary album that was once government produced through Sean “Contractor” Edwards.

According to Edwards, that is the primary time a Jamaican album has had the highest 3 spots, all from the similar album.

“Last year was more of a badman, gunman lyrics and badniss on the Garrison Christman inaugural album but the youths dem nuh realized that the gun is to defend not offend. Last year we say the country overflowing with gun violence so this year I decided to go with a more fun, playful approach, a sexy addition and that’s why we have Charly Black who deejays for the girls dem,” the manufacturer, Contractor, instructed Urban Islandz in regards to the section two of the dancehall Christmas album which hasn’t ever been executed sooner than.

“This year it’s a feel-good project that’s still dancehall. I love the support that I got last year from the dancehall community and it’s a little out of my comfort zone to deal strictly with dancehall because I am more of a positive, pop, hip hop music but I love dancehall and I kept it dancehall. We incorporated some new artists from the United States- Zeke Don and Rude Wayne and we have our Jamaican deejays, and we have the Spanish market with Jah Fabio and we had Cashan and Lisa Mercedez out of London. The project is seeking a global audience and its dancehall, it feels good, its sexy, Jamaicans are sexy people and this album is a reflection of that,” the manufacturer mentioned.

Meanwhile, Charly Black who just lately returned from the usafter a a success excursion for his debut album “Rio Bueno”, spoke about “Tonight,” which was once produced through Dinesty Productions.

“We noticed that there was a problem with the gun violence and we moved away from that because we want to tell the gangsters, listen, life is about making money, enjoying money and enjoying life,” he mentioned echoing sentiments through Edwards.

The mission options seven songs from Jahvillani, Gyptian, women folk Cashan and Lisa Mercedes out of London, UK, Mexican Jah Fabio, and ZekeDon and Rude Wayne from the U.S.

Meanwhile, Charly Black is the headliner of the album, and his track has been a favourite for enthusiasts. The track hit No. 13 at the iTunes Canada All Genre track chart on Thursday.


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