Billboard: Reggae Chart Update

Five years after J Boog released a new full-length album, he’s back on top of the charts.

J Boog, one of the leading reggae singers in the genre today, has been one of the most highly anticipated artists to release new music over the last three-years. The last release from J Boog was his Live Up EP in July of 2013. The five-song EP gave J Boog constant radio rotation since its release featuring songs “Break Us Apart”, “Leaving With Me” and “Audio”. wash-house-ting-cover-1476391215-1

Now, nearly three-years later, J Boog released his latest full-length album, Wash House Ting on November 18, 2016.

The release features 14-songs, including collaborations with Fiji, Tenelle, Lion Fiyah, Gappy Ranks, Gramps Morgan and Buju Banton.

These new tracks and collaborations come on the heels of J Boog’s most recent release, the five-song EP Rose Petals, which featured, Stephen Marley, Chaka Demus and Snoop Dogg.

The collaboration with Snoop Dogg or Snoop Lion has been rumored for nearly four-years. In 2012, J Boog stated, “They weren’t rumors at all. We actually did a song together. Yeah, we did.” Fans had a chance to hear the collaboration “No Pressure” on the Rose Petals EP. However, that track did not carry over to the latest full-length release of Wash House Ting.

Since its release in November, Wash House Ting, is one of the most popular Reggae albums of the year, and instantly debuted as to the top spot on the Billboard Reggae Chart. For the past two weeks, J Boog’s Wash House Ting has maintained its position as the top album in the genre, according to the Billboard Chart.

Other notable bands and artists within the current Billboard Reggae Chart include, Rebelution, which actually holds the number four and five spots on the latest edition with their albums Live at Red Rocks and Falling Into Place, respectively, as well as Stick Figure’s Set In Stone (2015) at number seven, Matisyahu’s Release the Bound at number 9, and Stephen Marley’s Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life, rounding out the Top 10.

For more details on J Boog and his upcoming album release, follow the links below.

Wash House Ting – Track List
1.) Nuh Wan Dat
2.) Don’t Worry
3.) Let Me Love You
4.) Good Cry (feat. Chaka Demus)
5.) Rose Petals
6.) Sweet Love
7.) I Got You (feat. Aarahdna)
8.) Blaze It For Days (feat. Lion Fiyah & Gappy Ranks)
9.) Cut This Off (feat. Tenelle)
10.) See Dem Deh
11.) Brighter Days
12.) Lock It Off (feat. Fiji)
13.) Vex Me
14.) Raggamuffin (feat. Buju Banton & Gramps Morgan)

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Video: J Boog – “Worth My Time”

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