Spragga Benz the Jamaican entertainer has created history on the Reggae Album Chart, his new album “Chiliagon” got to the number one spot.
Carlton Grant whose stage name is Spraga Benz became the oldest Dancehall artiste at 50-year-old, to have a chart-topping album.
Easy Star Records promoted “Chiliagon” and it was released on September 27. It is Spragga’s 8th studio album and it has been nearly a decade since he put out an album.
“Chiliagon” has been treated as one of the best albums to be released by Spragga by his fans. The entertainer explored various moods and sounds and the album was produced by Paul Fowler, Andrew Oury, Cristy Barber and Spragga Benz.
People in the music business have described the album as an electric mix of drum and bass, grime, garage, hip hop, dancehall, roots and riddim. “It was effortless the way the album came together. The producers put their beats together, I put my songs together, and we got the sound we wanted.” Spragga said.
He also said, “Sometimes it feels like a thousand different musical genres have come from reggae and dancehall. With this album, we set out to get into those styles, but I NEVER do what do that everybody is doing, I never follow any bandwagon.”
The song “Believe”, which features Tanika is Spagga’s favorite track on the album. “Chiliagon” is now available on all the streaming platforms, like Pandora and others.