Bob Marley 1984 album "The Legend" is number one on iTunes
Bob Marley maybe gone but his music still reigns supreme.
The late reggae King is sitting comfortably at the top of the iTune charts with his his 1984 compilation album Legend has the number one spot in 17 of 22 international markets.
Bob Marley top the digitale chart in the United States, France, Germany, Australia, Austria, United Kingdom, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Greece, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland and Spain.
Joining Bob Marley on the charts are his son Damian 'Junior Gong' Marley, dancehall star Sean Paul, Shaggy, Toots and the Maytals, The Jolly Boys and Jimmy Cliff.
The younger Marley appears on the top 10 in four countries. In the United States his Grammy-winning album Welcome to Jamrock is at number eight, it holds the number five spot in the United Kingdom and Canada, and number three in Ireland. His 2002 release Half Way Tree is number three in Canada.
Shaggy and Sean Paul are the only dancehall artiste on the chart.
Sean Paul's Imperial Blaze is at number 10 in the United Kingdom, while the popular Trinity is number seven in Belgium. Shaggy also appeared on two charts. In Blegium, Boombastic is at number six, while Hot Shot is number two in Canada.
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