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Teejay scores second Billboard entry with ‘Drift’


Dancehall artiste Teejay has scored his second Billboard entry as his summer season hit single ‘Drift’ debuted on Billboard’s Rhythmic Airplay Prime 40.

The music entered the chart this week at #36. On the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart dated October 7, Drift entered and peaked at #47.

The Rhythmic airplay chart measures the airplay of songs performed on US rhythmic radio stations, whose playlist contains principally hit-driven R&B/hip-hop, rhythmic pop, and a few dance tracks.

On the identical chart, Byron Messia’s Talibans dropped from #30 to #37 in its sixteenth week on the chart. It peaked on the chart at #18.

In June, Teejay signed a publishing take care of Warner Chappell Publishing after which a report take care of Warner Music in the USA, which he credited to the success of Drift. The music, launched in March by way of Panda/DJ Mac/Prime Braff Music, has obtained heavy airplay on Jamaican and abroad radios and went viral on Instagram and TikTok.

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Stable Company, which manages Teejay, mentioned the artiste’s Warner signing was “dancehall’s largest deal for the 12 months.” Nevertheless, particulars of the deal weren’t offered within the launch.

“Me really feel good. A music we a duh from very long time, and me exhausting work is lastly paying off. Dis a simply the beginning,” Teejay mentioned in a launch by the company.

Whereas sharing the information in a publish on Instagram, the Uptop Boss captioned the images: “Rattling look what drift did.”

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Co-chair and CEO of Warner Chappell Music, Man Moot, mentioned he’s pleased to see dancehall music and one other Jamaican artiste on this context and on the worldwide rise.

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