5th Dimension’s entry into the chart is a remarkable feat for Ghanaian music and a testament to the growing influence of African artists like Stonebwoy in the international music scene.
Released to critical acclaim and fervent anticipation from fans worldwide, the album which is Satekla’s 5th studio album represents a significant milestone in the artist’s career, solidifying his position as one of Ghana’s most prominent musical exports.
The album released via Def Jam Recordings features collaborations with several international artists, including Shaggy, Mereba, and Davido, among others, plus world-renowned multi-Grammy® winning Beninese-French artist Angelique Kidjo on 5D’s climactic closing track, “Manodzi.”
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Music Blog, Muse Africa shared the news of the entry on Twitter on Wednesday, May 10 which has been met with positive reactions from fans and critics alike.
Securing a place on the prestigious Billboard Reggae Albums Chart is a big deal for any artiste and also proof that the BHIM nation boss has dedicated time, a marketing budget and sacrifice to promote the new album to new audiences.
The chart ranks the top reggae albums based on sales, streams, and radio airplay, making it a coveted platform for artists to showcase their work on a global scale.
His inclusion in the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart not only elevates his own profile but will also boost Ghanaian music.
Stonebwoy who made a passionate speech after winning the Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year at the recently held VGMA also had his single“Life & Money” with British Ghanaian Rapper, Stormzy debuted at #14 on the UK’s Official Afrobeats Chart Top 20.