Reggae/dancehall star, Assassin aka Agent Sasco has scored his first appearance on the Billboard charts as his third studio album, Theory of Reggaetivity debuted at number three on the U.S. magazine’s Reggae albums chart.
Officially released on February 19, Theory of Reggaetivity which was released via his Sound H Entertainment label, features singles such as No Slave (feat. Chronixx), What Is Reggae and Country Bus. Producers on the 14-track project include, Silly Walks Discotheque, Ranch Entertainment, Chimney Records, Lifeline Music and Notice Productions.
Assassin’s previous two albums, Infiltration (2005) and Gully Sit’n 2007 failed to chart on Billboard.
Known for hits such as Idiot Ting Dat, Girls Gone Wild, Don’t Make We Hold You and various others, Assassin’s career has garnered more international exposure, thanks to collaborations with American hip-hop stars, Kanye West, Lil Jon and, most notably, Kendrick Lamar on the hit single, The Blacker The Berry.
Assassin hosted Lamar at Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records in Kingston on Monday as Lamar is enjoying a short vacation in the island.
The album is currently available on iTunes and other major digital music outlets.