Jamaica-born recording artist Byron Messia’s album “No Love” remains strong at the No. 8 position on the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart, maintaining its debut placement after three weeks.
Released on January 20 through Ztekk/Simple Stupid/Geffen Records, the album has had a significant impact since its release, earning increased recognition and popularity. “No Love” debuted on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart with 1,000 equivalent album units earned during the tracking week of May 26 to June 1.
The album’s breakout Dancehall-centric trap hit “Talibans” contributed to its success, generating 1.5 million U.S. streams during the same period, marking a 64% increase.
Based in St. Kitts and Nevis, Messia achieved his first chart success with “No Love.” Prior to this release, he delivered five additional albums, including “Different Perspectives,” “Top 10” (2017), “Byron Messia” (Top 2018), “S.I.G.H. Remastered,” “HitsTape,” and “Pills Nd Pain.”
“No Love” presents captivating partnerships, showcasing remarkable collaborations such as the track “Devotion” featuring Prince Swanny, “Heart a Mi Yard” with Rytikal, “Believe” showcasing Jahshii, and the vibrant “Dream Team” featuring Govana. The album’s production is enriched by the remarkable contributions of renowned producers, including Zayah Dan, DJ Mac, Ztekk, Blackspyda Records, and Waves x Mxssivh.