Despite SM’s Noisy Celebrations Shatta Wale’s ‘The Reign’ Is Being Chased Off The Charts By Old Albums Including Sarkodie’s ‘Highest’

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Shatta Wale, the SM movement and all friends of the empire have been making tremendous noise about the ‘Reign’ album and how it has been dominating charts.

The ‘Reign’, Shatta’s second studio album which he launched to much fanfare on October 13th at the Fantasy Dome of the Trade Fair Centre, has been top of the Ghana iTunes chart since it’s release and also memorably hit number 6 on the Billboard World albums chart.

Understandably, the dancehall star and his super loyal fans made a big deal about the rankings and thus we also feel quite comfortable making a big deal out of the fact that he’s now plummeting down the charts.

Wale’s album on most of these charts is the latest release, and in music latest releases often have a bump of enthusiasm which carries them up the charts, yet Wale is already plummeting after less than three weeks atop the Ghana iTunes album chart.

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Per our latest checks, Wale is currently 5th on the Ghana itunes chart. He lost top spot on Saturday to Sarkodie’s ‘The Highest’, a year old album, and has since fallen down the order.

‘Highest’ has since fallen to third, but still ahead of the ‘Reign’ on 5th. Check updated rankings here.

On the Billboard world albums chart, ‘The Reign’ remains on 6th position.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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