Bob back on top

Weave Marley and the Wailers possess the main spot on the Billboard reggae collection outline.

Their live collection The Legend Live: Santa Barbara Country Bowl, November 25th, 1979 expelled Rebelution’s

Inhabit Red Rocks from shaft position.

The Marley title is the eleventh to achieve number one on the reggae table. It spent a week at number one (where it appeared) in December.

Discharged in November by Trojan Records, the 21-track set is the primary Marley title to hit number one since Legend: Remixed in July 2013.

Marley kicked the bucket in 1981 from disease. He was 36.

Rebelution’s Grammy-selected Falling Into Place holds firm in the number two spot, while Stick Figure’s

Set in Stone climbs three spots to number three.

A week ago’s diagram topper Live at Red Rocks by Rebelution tumbles to four, while J Boog’s Wash House Ting crawls up to number five.

The Frightnrs’ Nothing More to Say tumbles to six, while surging to number seven is Hawaiian surfer-turned-artist Landon McNamara with A Dollar Short.

Possessing the number eight spot is Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life by Stephen Marley, while Matisyahu’s

Discharge the Bound (EP) is up two spots to nine.

Smashing from five to 10 is Double Up, the acoustic set from reggae band Iration. The band possesses the number 11 spot with their long-outlining Hotting Up.

Joss Stone’s Water for Your Soul is as yet waiting around. It bounce back to number 12. Ziggy Marley’s Grammy-assigned self-titled set slips to 13, while the different artistes’ gathering Reggae Gold 2016 is at number 14.

Finishing off the main 15 is Jah9 with her sophomore set 9. The collection had appeared and crested at number five in October a year ago.

Source: Jamaica Observer

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