Tommy Returns But Spice Still Dominates
Check out this week's official Dancehall Top 40 music chart roundup, featuring the hottest hits in the genre. From Spice's "God A Bless Me" to Jaz Elise's "Rice & Peas," find out who made the cut and who's holding strong at the top.
- Ava Irving, Staff Reporter
Welcome to issue number 95 of the official Dancehall Top 40 music chart roundup! Each week we bring you the latest updates on the hottest dancehall tracks currently making waves across the globe
At number one for the third consecutive week, we have "God A Bless Me" by Spice.
This track has been a fan favorite since its release and continues to dominate the charts. It's no surprise that the Queen of Dancehall has managed to maintain her position at the top.
At number two, we have a collaboration between Rvssian, Valiant, and Tommy Lee Sparta with "Tic Tac Toe." This highly anticipated debut is considered Tommy Lee's first major release in years.
Nadg and Seanizzle's "We A Run E Grung (Remix)" is at number three this week. This remix has given new life to an already popular track, and fans still love the viral hit.
Dexta Daps is still holding strong at number four with "Forever."
The Dancehall romantic continues to be a major hit with fans, and his growing popularity shows no signs of slowing down.
Shatta Wale's "Mansa Musa Money" is at number five this week. This track is becoming a hit in the clubs across Africa and Europe with its catchy chorus.
Patrice Roberts and Machel Montano's "Like Yuh Self" is at number six.
This collaboration has been a major hit in the Caribbean and beyond, and fans are still hooked to its infectious beat and uplifting lyrics.
Valiant's "North Carolina" is at number seven this week. This track cotinues to see saw through the Top40 but has yet to fall off the charts.
Bryon Messia's "Talibans" is at number eight this week. This track has been a major hit with fans of Soca, dancehall and reggae music, and its powerful lyrics and driving beat make it a standout on the charts.
Chronic Law's "Unbreakable" is at number nine. This track has been a fan favorite since its release and continues to gain new fans with its powerful lyrics and infectious beat.
Finally, Jaz Elise's "Rice & Peas" is at number ten this week. This track has been gaining radio popularity steadily across the world, and fans are loving its unique sound and catchy chorus on major streaming platforms.
That's it for this week's Dancehall Top 40 music chart roundup. Don't forget to check out the full top 40 listing at www.dancehalltop40.com.
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