Sean Paul has not one, not two, but three albums inside this week’s Billboard Reggae Albums chart.
The Trinity, released on September 27, 2005, re-enters the chart at number eight. The album, peaked at number one 17 years ago, has sold more than three million copies worldwide.
Dutty Rock, his Grammy-award-winning 2002 release by VP Records/Atlantic Records, jumps back onto the chart at nine. Upon its release 20 years ago, the album entered at number one.
Dutty Rock has sold more than six million copies globally.
The EP Mad Love: The Prequel is back on the chart at 10. It peaked at four when it was released in 2016.
Elsewhere on the reggae chart, Bob Marley and the Wailers clock 118 weeks in the number one spot with Legend: The Best of Bob Marley and the Wailers.
Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection inches up to two, while Gifted by Koffee falls to three.
UB40’s Greatest Hits rises two places to four, while World on Fire by Stick Figure achieves a similar feat moving to five.
Alpha by Shenseea dips to six, while Stick Figure’s Set in Stone inches up to seven.
On the R&B charts, R U That by Shenseea featuring rapper 21 Savage has mixed fortunes.
The song slips from 28 to 30 on Rhythmic Top 40 Airplay, while remaining steady at 20 on Rap Airplay.
It finds better luck on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay dashing from 32 to 29, while stepping from 25 to 24 on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay.
On the Billboard Reggae Albums chart dated April 14, 2012, the number one title was Rebelution’s Peace of Mind. SOJA occupied the number two spot with Strength to Survive, while Revelation Part 1: The Root of Life by Stephen Marley was at number five.
The number eight spot was occupied by Bob Marley and the Wailers with Live Forever: Sept 23, 1980 — Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA.
Wild and Free by Ziggy Marley was at 10.