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Popcaan debuts at #2 on Billboard Reggae charts

Popcaan debuts at #2 on Billboard Reggae charts

Entertainment News Written by  Thursday, 02 August 2018 11:02 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Dancehall artiste Popcaan had to settle for the number two spot on this week's Billboard Reggae albums chart. His sophomore album, Forever, released via MixPak Records sold 1,484 copies to debut in the runner-up position.

Popcaan's previous album, 2014's Where We Cone From also entered and peaked at number two.

 

The number one spot on reggae chart is occupied by Slightly Stoopid with Everyday life, Everyday People.

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