Jump certified gold, continues chart rise

Jamaican DJ Skillibeng performs on stage during the 2024 BET Awards at Peacock Theater in Los Angeles, June 30, 2024.Photo: AFP

As expected, Jump by Tyla featuring Gunna and Skillibeng has rebounded on several charts, following its live performance on the recent BET Awards.

Last week, Music Canada, which issues certification for songs and albums in Canada, certified Jump gold for sales and streaming equivalent exceeding 40,000 units.

It accelerates to #6 on the South African Hot 100 Singles chart, while remaining at #3 on Billboard’s US Afrobeats Songs chart.

Over on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, Jump dances to #36, while on Hot R&B Songs it backtracks to #9.

Meanwhile, over on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, Jump leaps up #26, and on Rhythmic Top 40 it steps up from #19 to #17.

In Germany, Shenseea’s collaboration Flava, featuring Coi Leray, parachutes down from #20 to #36.

Santa by producer Rvssian, featuring Rauw Alejandro and Ayra Starr, slips from #44 to #43 on Billboard’s Global 200, while on Global 200 Excluding US it falls from #34 to #37.

Over on Latin Rhythm Airplay, Santa peaked at #7, but falls to #9, while on Latin Airplay the song slips from #25 to #33. On Latin Streaming songs it fares better stepping up from #18 to #13.

It cruises from #12 to #10 on Hot Latin Songs.

Over on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart, Bob Marley and the Wailers continue their reign in the #1 spot with Legend spending 234 non-consecutive weeks in pole position, while Shaggy’s Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection remains at #2.

Dutty Classics Collection by Sean Paul is #3, World on Fire and Set in Stone by Stick Figure are #4 and #5.

Greatest Hits by UB40 remains at #6, while Wisdom by Stick Figure and Here Comes the Hotstepper by Ini Kamoze are #7 and #8, respectively.

Burial Ground by Stick Figure rebounds to #9 and Welcome to Jamrock by Damian Marley dips to #10.

Not Taking No by Peter G spends a second week at #1 on the South Florida Reggae chart, with Solid Woman by Morgan Heritage (#22) and See You Tonight by Naomi Cowan and Kabaka Pyramid (#23) as new entries.

The collaboration Ain’t Too Proud to Beg by Hezron and Beenie Man takes over the #1 spot on the Foundation Radio Network (New York) Reggae chart. New entries are Wisemen by Damian Marley at #25, Moving On by Glen Washington at #28, and Generation of Vipers by Sylford Walker at #30.

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