Greensleeves Recording artiste Macka Diamond is sitting pretty at the top of the Jamaica weekly top 30 chart with the number one song 'Bun Him' done in combination with Black-er for second consecutive weeks.
Ever since its release dancehall lovers have gravitated to the song like wildfire. Women have been using it as their 'mouthpiece' to get their feelings across. No wonder it has quickly climbed its way to the top of the chart.
The last time Macka rose to the top of the charts was in 2004 with 'Done Already' on the thriller rhythm.
Setting trend is not new to this versatile and talented DJ as she created history by being the first Jamaican born female artiste to sign an album deal with Greensleeves and is currently working on her debut album to be released on March 27, 2006.
The 18-track effort will see 'Bun Him' being the lead off single. The album will also see Macka working with top class dancehall producers such as Don Corleon, Scatta, Christopher Birch, Robert Livingston, Dave Kelly and more.
Macka has recorded a number of songs that has endeared her into the hearts of dancehall lovers. Among those that helped to catapult and keep at the top are songs such as 'Tek Con' on the After Effect rhythm (G-String), 'Chase Money' on the Bad Gal rhythm (Madhouse/Atlantic), 'Lexus and Benz' on the the Chaka Chaka rhythm (Fire Links), 'Mr. Tecki Back' on the Military rhythm (Echo Productions) and 'Boopsie' on the Spanish Fly rhythm (Greensleeves), all have slotted spaces on reggae playlists across Jamaica, USA, Europe and Japan.