Take a listen to Top 10 Reggae Singles in Jamaican Charts and watch the music videos for the most played and requested reggae songs in Jamaica for the month of April 2016.
Topping by a week at #1 Romain Virgo with “God Inna My Corner,” watch the official music video for this positive & uplifting new reggae song, voiced on Column Riddim and produced by Dawg House Production.
At #2, soon to be known simply as “Skip,” Skip Marley is the son of Cedella Marley, grandson of Bob and Rita Marley >and grand-nephew of Marcia Griffiths.“Cry To Me,” his debut reggae single for Tuff Gong International, was written and arranged by Skip himself, and co-produced by Skip with Paul Fakhourie (Lauryn Hill, Stephen Marley, Damian Marley, Nas).Already compared for the way he looks and sings to his legendary grandfather, “Cry To Me” is heading straight to the top were it belongs.
Going down, at #3, after been 2 weeks at #1 in the past month, Christopher Martin “Under The Influence”, voiced on Mildew Riddim and produced by UIM Records,the new Chris Martin anthem should debut the music video shortly.
War Lord Bounty Killer and Lukie D “Karma (Wash Aaway The Blood)”, lost few positions since topping for 2 weeks in the past weeks at #1, and sits currently at #4.
At #5 Jamaican reggae crooner Jah Cure reggae single – “Show Love” – produced by VP Records and paired with the music video, new positive reggae song that’s already a classic among Jah Cure‘s fans.
God Inna Mi Corner – Romain Virgo – Dawg House Productions – Official Music Video
Cry To Me – Skip Marley – Tuff Gong International-Official Music Video
Under The Influence – Christopher Martin – UIM Productions
Karma (Wash Away The Blood) – Bounty Killer feat. Lukie D – Bankylous -Official Music Video
Show Love – Jah Cure – VP Records -Official Music Video