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Buju Banton, Capleton collab peak at #3 on the USA Itunes Reggae Charts

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When Buju Banton and Capleton collaborate, the result is always magical. Now, with the addition of BL Tha Hook Slayer, their latest effort, “This Is How We Roll,” has become a true work of art.

Currently sitting at No. 3 on the USA iTunes Top 200 Reggae Songs Chart, the track is outshining songs by fellow legends like Shaggy and Jimmy Cliff.

Capleton, known as the “Fireman,” expressed his enthusiasm about the song’s success, stating, “This is a great collab. It’s all about the music. When you listen to this one, you hear vibes and substance. It is an uplifting, authentic dancehall track. It reminds me of when me just buss.”

BL Tha Hook Slayer, whose real name is Bryan LaMontagne, shared his excitement about working with these reggae giants. “Working with Buju and Capleton is an absolute dream come true, and it is important on so many levels,” he said. As a multi-platinum-selling American music producer, BL emphasizes the importance of preserving the authenticity of dancehall. He believes “This Is How We Roll” exemplifies his dedication to the genre.

“The record came together so beautifully, and I’m looking forward to watching it progress across the globe. It is a big, big record, and we are excited about future collaborations with these and other legends,” BL Tha Hook Slayer added.

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“This Is How We Roll” has remained in the top 100 for over a week and continues to gain traction on digital platforms worldwide. With an impressive roster of artists on his sophomore album, BL is poised to make a significant impact on the dancehall scene. His album features heavyweights such as Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Baby Cham, Capleton, Ky-Mani Marley, Tommy Lee Sparta, Jah Cure, Red Rat, Charly Black, Mighty Mystic, Anthony B, and Elephant Man.

The world is definitely taking notice of BL Tha Hook Slayer’s contributions to dancehall, and “This Is How We Roll” is just the beginning.

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