Shatta Wale's 'Reign' album sets record on Billboard World Chart

Shatta Wale's 'Reign' album sets record on Billboard World Chart

Dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale, has proved his critics wrong after his ‘Reign’ album earned a place in the Billboard World Chart.

After just two weeks, Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign’ album is getting a recognition worldwide.

The Zylofon Music signee much-talked about ‘Reign’, album is now at number 6.

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Shatta Wale took to his official Facebook page to confirm the position of his ‘Reign.’ album.

He wrote, "Some Ghanaians ...oh no no no !!! Jesus please don’t come now ooo cuz if you come they will ask you why you didn’t come on a horse and why didn’t wear a robe and why are you not fair and you are black .Give me a break .. I know my Level."

The self-acclaimed dancehall kings released his latest album on Saturday, October 13, and accompanied with a concert where 20,000 fans reportedly turned up.

“Reign” album topped iTunes Top 100 Ghana chart in the first week on release. It also topped the World (Afrobeats) chart a few days later.

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The album is made up of 17 tracks and features only one artiste – Olamide from Nigeria. Producers; MOG Beats, DJ Milzy, Damage Musik and Shawers Ebiem worked on the album.

Shatta Wale thus becomes the second Ghanaian artiste to enter the Billboard Charts after Stonebwoy.

Stonebwoy after leasing his ‘EOM’ album in December 2017, it took him three months to enter the Billboard World Chart.

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