Shaggy and Sting are known for making timeless hits individually and as a duo. The legendary musicians building on that reputation as their collaborative studio album, 44/876 has topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart for the second time since its April release.
Previously topping the chart in early May, 44/876, returned to the number one spot this week. It has not left the top 10 since its initial release and has sold just under 40,000 copies to date.
It also peaked at number 40 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and top 10 on the UK charts. 44/876, a combination of the home area codes of Sting (England) and Shaggy (Jamaica), features 12 tracks with a fuse of reggae and rock traits; released via A&M Records, Cherrytree Records and Interscope Records.
Grammy-nominated American reggae band, Rebelution, is in second place on Billboard’s reggae chart with their Free Rein album while last week’s chart-topper, Protoje’s A Matter of Time, rounds out the podium. That album has so far sold just under 2,500 copies since its release on June 29.