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International recording star Khago has hit the #1 spot on the BBC 1xtra dancehall charts with his club banger ‘Tun Up Mi Ting’ on the Overproof riddim this week. You can see the chart at http://www.bbc.co.uk/1xtra/dancehall/, and the single is also #1 on the Boston Hot 97 Top 10 dancehall charts.

 

 

“Mi feel great to know that international fans are recognizing the song over in Europe, and it is a good sign for my career,” Khago said in a release.

The single is also #2 on the FIWI Choice top 20 charts, and #14 in the top 20 of the HYPE TV dancehall charts, while his other single, Blood a Boil is #1 on HYPE TV Top 20 dancehall charts and #4 on the Boston Hot97 Top ten dancehall charts.

The MOBO award nominee will share the stage with Mavado and Bling Dawg at a club show in Miami on January 15th. There are also plans for him to do a series of club shows in Canada during the month of February.


 

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