Beenie Man’s Unstoppable, his first studio album in 10 years, debuts at number five on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart. The set, released on September 16 by VP Records distribution arm VPAL, sold 244 copies in its first week.
Unstoppable contains 22 songs. It features collaborations with Sizzla, Bounty Killer, Agent Sasco, J Gunn, Christopher Martin, Akon and Tarrus Riley.
Producers include Major Lazer, Tony Kelly, Mario C, Jordan McClure, Seanizzle, Jeremy Harding and Don Corleone.
Some of its tracks are Come To Me, Blue Lights, We Run Road (remix), Mash It Up and Bun It Up.
Elsewhere on the chart, New York reggae dub outfit Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad debuts at number one with Make It Better , which sold 483 copies. Rebelution’s Falling Into Place is at number two with 403 copies, which takes its tally to 27,067 since its release 18 weeks ago.
Former chart-topper Nothing More To Say by New York reggae act Frightnrs is down to number three after just three weeks. The album sold an additional 341 to bring its total to 2,582.
Last week’s number one, Fireflies by John Brown’s Body, is number four, while Keep It Together by Bumpin Uglies slips to number nine.
Revelation Part II: The Fruit, is number seven, with a nine-week tally of 8,360 copies. His brother Ziggy moves up two places to number eight with his self-titled album. After 18 weeks, it has figures of 11,621 copies.