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Agent Sasco's album Hope River dries up on the Billboard Reggae

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Despite a heady social media buzz and high profile US media appearance, Agent Sasco's album Hope River sank at the cash registers as he sold a meagre 273 copies to debut at number four on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart.

This is the deejay's second entry on the chart. In 2016, he peaked at number three with Theory of Reggaetivity.

 

Released August 31 by Diamond Studios, the hyped Hope River has 14 tracks including collaborations with Dre Island, Glacia Robinson, Sevana, Stephen Marley, Wayne Marshall and Kardinal Offishall.

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