Top 10 Reggae Singles Jamaican Charts October 2017



top 10 reggae singles jamaican charts 2017



Tune in to the 10 topping reggae music singles and reggae music videos in Jamaican music charts for the month of October 2017, posted with iTunes links to get the song, when available.

 

Topping by two weeks at #1 reggae crooner Kabaka Pyramid with his touchy single “Can’t Breath”, paired with the official music video.

Advancing one position up, at #2 is veteran Jamaican reggae artist Jah Cure with another classic reggae love song “Save Your Love”, the  catchy song is produced by Anju Blaxx for UIM Records  and doesn’t yet have the official music video out, just the audio to play below.

At #3 is Chronixx with Sweet Skanking, the song gained a couple of positions and is heading up. The single,featured in his debut album Chronology, produced by Soul Circle Music gained two more positions since the past weeks, and while there not yet the official music video, the audio is ranking up mad views. Click here to stream Chronixx Chronology’s album.

Currently in at #4 Agent Sasco aka Assassin with “Winning Right Now” a song that well depicts the popularity and success of the dancehall artist that became a full time reggae artist, produced by famed Jamaican music label Upsetta Records.

Closing the first segment of Top 10 Reggae Singles in Jamaicaat #5 for the month of October 2017 is recording artist Elliven with the reggae song “New Day”. Watch the official music video below.

[TURN TO PAGE 2 AT THE BOTTOM FOR THE SECOND SEGMENT OF TOP 10 REGGAE SINGLES IN JAMAICAN CHARTS FOR THE MOTH OF OCTOBER 2017]

#1

CAN’T BREATHE

KABAKA PYRAMID
BEBBLE ROCKERS / GHETTO YOUTHS INTERNATIONAL
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO







#2

 

SAVE YOUR LOVE

JAH CURE
UIM RECORDS







#3

SKANKING SWEET

CHRONIXX
SOUL CIRCLE RECORDS







#4

WINNING RIGHT NOW

ASSASSIN AKA AGENT SASCO
UPSETTA RECORDS
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO







#5

NEW DAY

ELLIVEN
NAP MUSIQ PRODUCTIONS
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO





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