Freddie McGregor's Album 'Di Captain' debuts at number eight on the Billboard Reggae Album chart

by Necoflex
(Jamaica)

Freddie McGregor

Freddie McGregor

FREDDIE McGregor's 36th studio album Di Captain debuts at number eight on the Billboard Reggae Album chart. The 15-track set features collaborations with Etana and London-based artiste Gappy Ranks.


Di Captain is McGregor's first entry on the Billboard chart since 2002's Anything for You, which stalled at number 15.

Elsewhere on the Billboard Reggae Album list, Jewish reggae artiste Matisyahu replaces himself at number one. His Spark Seeker falls to number two, making way for the Spark Seeker: Acoustic Sessions EP which debuts in the top spot.

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