Beenie Man's 'Unstoppable' Album Debut at #5 On Billboard
Unstoppable, Beenie Man's first album in 10 years, has debuted in the number-five spot on the Billboard Reggae album chart.
This has given Beenie Man the 11th top 10 Billboard charting album of his career.
Unstoppable was released on September 16 via VP Records distribution arm VPAL. It features 22 tracks including collaborations with Akon, Bounty Killer, Christopher Martin, rapper J Gunn, Rory Stone Love, Yellow Claw, Tarrus Riley, Agent Sasco and Sizzla.
It features production work from a variety of producers, including Major Lazer, Tony Kelly, Mario C, Jordan McClure, Seanizzle, Jeremy Harding and Don Corleone, to name a few.
The tracks featured on Unstoppable include the title track, Come To Me, Blue Lights, We Run Road (remix), Mash It Up, Bun It Up, Dancing Mood, Having Fun, Yardie, I'm the King, Love University, Million More, All Eyes, Stuck on You, Me and You, and Play. Six Billboard number-ones
To date, Beenie Man has scored six number-one albums on the Billboard Reggae album chart, namely Tropical Storm, Back to Basics, Undisputed, Many Moods of Moses, The Doctor and Art and Life.
Ruff N Tuff peaked at number five in 1999; Best of Beenie Man, number four in 2001; Maestro, number three in 1997); and Kingston to King of the Dancehall: A Collection of Dancehall Favourites, number three in 2005.
Beenie Man is in the midst of an all-island tour promoting Unstoppable. The tour kicked off on September 16 and wraps up on October 8 in downtown Kingston.
DJ Mario C and Team Shella are providing the musical entertainment on the tour which is hosted by Pretty Boy Floyd, Supa Hype, Ikel Marvlus and Trippple X.
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