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SLOW BOUNCE & BOMB-A-DROP DOMINATE NM CHARTS !!!!

NEW Mexico Reggae Dancehall Charts Mar 2005

1
4
Baby Cham & Nina Sky
Turning Me On
Black Chiney
2
(new)
Yybz Cartel
No Apology
357 Records/ Greensleeves
3
17
Bounty Killer
Pum Pum Mechanic
H2O/ Greensleeves
4
(new)
Elephant Man
Shake That Booty
Black CHiney
5
11
Nicky B
Get Me Out
H20/ Greensleeves
6
(new)
Cobra
Dem Fool Deh
357 Records
7
(new)
Vybes Cartel
Big Man Thing
H2O
8
(new)
Tony Matterhorn
The Cat
357 Records
9
15
Capleton
Who You Calling Nigger
Black Chiney
10
16
Chuck Fender
I Swear
5th Element
11
1
Richie Spice
Marijana
5th Element
12
(new)
Evette
Baby Mama
Eight 76 Records
13
19
Bounty Killer & Pinchers
Bandolero
One Love
14
(new)
Tami Chin
Me Nuh Waa Dat
H2O
15
(new)
Beenie Man
Three Laws
357 Records
16
(new)
Richie Spice
High Grade In My Chalice
Dirtyworkx
17
(12)
Capleton
Place Burn Down
Juke Boxx/ Greensleeves
18
20
Capleton
Aks For What You Want
John John/ Greensleeves
19
(new)
Ward 21
Do Your Thing
Juke Boxx
20
re-ent
Bounty & Angel Doolas
Walk Di Walk
John John
updated April 15, 2005

Two big riddims dominate the NM Reggae Dancehall Charts for the month of march: H2O's massive SLOW BOUNCE and 357's follow-up to the SCOOBAY entitled BOMB-A-DROP. The latter nearly topped the charts with Vybz Cartel's "No Apology" at #2, followed by Cobra's WICKED "Dem Fool Deh" at # 5 and further cuts by Tony Matterhorn & Beenie Man. The smokin' SLOW BOUNCE also fared extremely well, led by Bounty's "Pum Pum Mechanic", to be succeeded by Nicky B, Tami Chin and Vybz Cartel. Great stuff!

The KOPA runs things again though, and with a slew of new tunes released on the riddim (including material from such stars as Sean Paul, Bounty Killer & Kevin Lyttle) its time seems far from over either. John John's CHICATITA charts twice in the form of the prophet Capleton and the crucial Bounty Killer/Angel Doolas combo, while Shane Brown's (& Birch's) KLYMAXX hits spots # 17 & # 19, also thru the voice of the man from Islington, St.Mary, as well as thru Ward 21.

On the rootical tip, Chuck Fender climbed up to # 10 again, whereas Richie Spice lost his #1 from last month, dropping him down to #11. Richie's awesome "High Grade In My Chalice" on the SWING EASY riddim is brand-spanking-new at #16, while Bounty's & Pincher's re-created "Bandolero" rose up to the #13 spot. I also HIGHLY recommend new female artist Evette's "Baby Mama" on Eight 76 Records, who keep busting out some excellent new artists as Fiyah Blaze and the aforementioned Evette.

Next month I predict some MAJOR changes, as new cultural artist Fantan Mojah has finally hit these shores, as well as Gibbo's top-ranking HARD TIMES riddim (featuring the next big I-Wayne hit). Junior Gong is mashing up the scene with the HUGE "Welcome To Jamrock" and Don Corleon's new JONKANOO, as well as Snowcone's APPLAUSE are both bound to cause a stir. There are also new riddims from Steelie&Cleevie and Fat Eyes on the way.

Until such time,

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