Jr Gong heads to the Big Apple to rock The Black Ball

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damian_marley_studioAliciakeys.jpgAfter an outstanding performance in Barbados, Damian Marley heads to the Big Apple to perform at Alicia Keys' Black Ball charity concert this Thursday, November 9.

The event raises money for Keep a Child Alive, which provides drugs for AIDS and HIV patients. Also hitting the stage are David Bowie and Angelique Kidjo.

Keys, who visited Africa earlier this year, said she has been a personal witness to the ways in which charities can save lives.

Rihanna and Beenie Man keep the Caribbean vibe on the charts as they too hold strong and move up the charts. Check out the track listings below!

The Trinity and Give It Up To Me continue to climb the charts.

* The album is #1 on the Reggae album charts.

Give It Up To Me (featuring Keyshia Cole)

* #44 on the Pop 100 chart.
* #25 on the Pop 100 Airplay chart.
* #18 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart.

Welcome To Jamrock is holding steady on the charts. Check it out.

* It is #2 on the Reggae album charts.

Baby Cham's Ghetto Story moves up the chart. Check it out.

* It is #7 on the Top Reggae album chart.

Rihanna is also doing outstandingly well with her second album, A Girl Like Me and her second single, Unfaithful.

* A Girl Like Me is #149 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
* A Girl Like Me is #70 on the Top R&B/ Hip Hop album chart.

Unfaithful

* #72 on the Pop 100 chart.
* #49 on the Pop 100 Airplay chart.

Break It Off

* Debuts at #66 on the Pop 100 chart.
* #39, up 4 spots, on the Pop 100 Airplay chart.

Beenie Man is also holding strong.

* The album is #63 on the Top R&B/ Hip Hop album chart.
* Undisputed is #3 on the Top Reggae album chart.

So, people, keep supporting the music by voting and requesting Jamaica whenever and wherever possible! Remember nothing is impossible!

Source: www.billboard.com

 

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