March New Mexico Reggae Dancehall Chart



NEW Mexico Reggae Dancehall Charts March 2003
1 Baby Cham Can't Stop Us Now Mad House
2 Seed & Anthony B. Water Pumpee Germaican
3 Ms. Thing Get That Money Mad House
4 S.Plaul & Busta Rhymes Gimme the Remix VP/Atlantic
5 Crystal Axe Got to be Brave Germaican
6 Capleton, Sizzla, & Missy Work It Remix RMC
7 Dr. Ring Ding Doctor's Darling Germaican
8 J Cute Mad House
9 Sean Paul Get Busy VP/40/40
10 Lehbanchuleh Mama Stone Cold
11 Bounty Killer Raging Storm 40/40
12 Chico Have Your Own Mad House
13 Elephant Man Giver Her it Good 40/40
14 Baby Cham Bad Mind Mad House
15 Wayne Marshall Check Yourself 40/40
16 Brian & Tony Gold Irresistable Big Yard
17 Powerman African Princess Stone Cold
18 Shocking Murray Woman a Yuh Mi Want Bazooka
19 TOK Cree B-Rich
20 TOK That Girl 40/40
updated March 19, 2003

Just as the man says in his tune: "It's too late, they can't stop us now" , BABY CHAM has finally conquered the NM Reggae Dancehall Charts for the first time since his smash-hit "Man&Man" in January 2001. This new Dave Kelly production has come on strong in NM, also featuring Ms. Thing at #3, J at #8, Chico at #12, and another Baby Cham entitled "Bad Mind", for the player-haters, at #14.

Hard on its heels is a German production by the magnificent West-Berlin based band SEED. They re-recorded the NIGHT NURSE riddim so fat and powerful, that no artist could do wrong on this one. Then they invited Anthony B to re-record his classic "Water Pumpee" in a German combination stylee and you got one of the hottest rootical reggae productions of the last few years. Yankees & yardies wise up! Germany gwaan ruff&rugged. Other selections on the riddim to make this chart include newcomer Crystal Axe and veteran dj Dr.Ring Ding. People you gotta get these !!!

Sean Paul is still going strong. His combo with "Mr. Flipmode Squad" Busta Rhymes is clocking in at #4, while "Get Busy" dropped down to #9. Missy Elliot's huge "Work It" got re-worked with the likes of Sizzla & the prophet Capleton (who love the pum pum), while the TAI CHI riddim is only represented by TOK. I expect it to make a come-back though, as many of the big guns on the beat are just getting released now.

Stone Cold productions re-created D.Brown's classic MONEY IN MY POCKET riddim late last year and Lehbanchuleh's "Mama" is one of the sweetest roots tunes in a while, while Powerman finally charts again with "African Princess" on the same beat.

Lenky's MASTERPIECE riddim has lost a bit of its momentum, but it is still represented by 4 tunes from Bounty, Ele, Wayne Marshall & TOK. I also expect this one to make a come-back though.
Rounding out things are Brian & Tony Gold's re-entry at #16 and Shocking Murray, who is still hanging tuff.

Until next time: see ya in the dance.



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