Flavor new collection Emancipated debut at No. 7 on the Billboard Reggae outline this week.
The Queen of dancehall Spice is showing she has the stuff to be an autonomous craftsman after she procured her fourth passage on the streaming and deals driven Billboard Reggae Albums graph.
6 August 1982
Spanish Town, Jamaica
Flavor proceeded with her domination in the class with her second full-length collection, Emancipated. As per the first-week execution, the collection has sold 1,500 absolute units of utilization from deals and gushing in its most memorable seven day stretch of delivery. That included 700 duplicates from unadulterated collection deals and 1.1 million consolidated sound and video transfers in the US. It’s a decent appearing for the “Go Down Deh” craftsman and is somewhat better compared to what she had the option to achieve with her presentation 10, which spent came in at No. 6 on the graph a year ago. In any case, it was named for a Grammy.
That was the last work she accomplished for her past name, VP Records, and it sold only 1,447 absolute units, which comprised of the two deals and gushing in the US in its most memorable week.
Liberated was delivered on August 26 by means of Stealth Music/Spice Official ENT and highlights nine tracks. She is no more unusual to the outline, and in 2014 her So Mi Like it EP came in at No. 14, while her mixtape Captured appeared at number one of every 2018.
In the mean time, on the US Current Reggae Albums outline, the collection appeared at number one with 653 in unadulterated collection deals.
Over on the Billboard Reggae Albums outline, Bob Marley and The Wailers keep on areas of strength for holding No. 1 for a surprising 139th back to back week, with Legend. Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection is at No. 2, while Sean Paul’s Dutty Classics Collection is at No. 3.
At No. 4 is UB40’s Greatest Hits accumulation, and Stick Figure highlights in the No. 5 and negative. 6 situations with their collections World On Fire and Set In Stone.