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Mr.Vegas & W.Anthony Still Riding Pon Top !!!

NEW Mexico Reggae Dancehall Charts Oct 2004

1
1
Mr. Vegas & W. Anthony
Pull Up
High Society
2
(new)
Shaggy
Stand Up & Fight
Big Yard
3
3
TOK
Let it Shine
South Rakkas/ Greensleeves
4
re- entry
Vybez Cartel
KISSING.
Black House/Greensleves
5
(new)
General Degree
Non Genuine
Big Yard
6
8
Capleton
Real Hot
South Rakkas
7
15
Richie Spice
Earth A Run Red
Henfield
8
(new)
Sean Paul
Bounce It Right There
Black House
9
18
Cecile
Hot Like We
South Rakkas
10
4
Ele, Kiprich, Twista&Youngbloodz
Jook Gal
Atlantic
11
(new)
Nicky B
It's On
Black House
12
(new)
Sizzla
One Of Those Days
Digital B
13
(new)
Elephant Man
Bun Bad Mind
Stonelove
14
re- entry
Elephant Man
Doin It Right
Black House
15
(new)
Morgan Heritage
Uncomfortable
Big Yard
16
(new)
Predator
Mad Sick
South Rakkas
17
re- entry
TOK
Gal U A Lead
Massive B
18
(new)
Wayne Marshall
Ganja Antham
White Label
19
(new)
Kiprich
Senorita
Dem Yute
20
2
Tony Matterhorn & R. Feelings
All About Dancing 2
357/ Greensleeves
updated Nov 25, 2004

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While Mr.Vegas & Wayne Anthony's "Pull Up" is still riding pon top in NM, there are a bunch of new entries this month. Shaggy's own Big Yard label re-built the vintage STOP THAT TRAIN riddim (now entitled RETURN) and the man himself is leading the pack with his WICKED reality contribution "Stand Up & Fight". General Degree is not far behind at #5 with his message to all the fakers out there (and there ARE plenty) "Non-Genuine". Morgan Heritage also finally came up with a boom-tune again on the same beat, while Bounty & Voicemail are just bubbling under. Big ups to Mr.Livingstone!

On the hardcore tip South Rakkas' RED ALERT still runs New Mexico, as proven by no less than 5 tunes on this very chart. One of the best riddims for the year, it still rocks our neck of the woods. Also VERY tough in October is Black House BLACKOUT riddim, still led by Cartel's Jamaican dancehall anthem "KISSING" or "Picture This", as it is known internationally. Further tunes from Sean Paul, Nicky B, Elephant Man complete the package. Brand-spanking new is the SPANISH FLY riddim from a hot, new production team called the Ballaz Crew on their Dem Yute Deh label. Kiprich's sweet "Senorita", packed full of latin elements made it this time and I expect further entries in the future.

Wany Marshall's CRUCIAL "Ganja Anthem" done to the melody of "Hey Ya" (and putting those Outcast fools to shame) has finally reached our shores, courtesy of Father Frankin, while the SCOOBAY still holds tight due to the selecta combo from Matterhorn & Mr.Feelings.

Until next time:

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