Tarrus Riley tops South Florida Top 25 Reggae Chart for second week

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For the second straight week Tarrus Riley topped the South Florida Top 25 Reggae Chart with the song Don’t Come Back, which is released on the Head Concussion label. The song has been on the charts for 15 weeks. Second on the lineup is Queen Ifrica’s Ask My Granny on the Bucktown61/One Camp label. This is the second week Ask My Granny has held the number two spot in the song’s 13-week journey on the charts. Nail Pon Cross by Junior Gong on the Republic Records is at number 3.

Premiering on the Charts at number 23 is Ever G’s Musical Warriors on the Ever G Muzik label.

The South Florida Top 25 Reggae Chart is compiled by Clinton Lindsay, from data received from a combination of requests, and airplay. Participants include, WAVS 1170am and The Foundation Radio Network. The South Florida Top 25 Reggae Chart is counted down on The Real Rockers w/Marlon, Mondays @ 8:30 pm on www.clintonlindsay.com, www.rulabrownnetwork.com, www.rockdabox.net.

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