Top 5 Trending/Hottest Dancehall Songs in Jamaica Right Now – April 2024

Securing spots on the latest iteration of the top five trending list are Dancehall artistes Jada Kingdom, Chronic Law, Govana, Masicka, RajahWild, Najeeriii, and Reggae singer Bugle.

This list is based on the top five trending songs on YouTube for Jamaica at the moment. Chronic Law and his collaborator Bugle claim the #5 spot on this list with their track Real Storm. Real Storm was produced by Hungry Lion Records and released on April 5.


Chronic Law takes on his accustomed sombre tone on the track, with Bugle’s melodies pairing with the deejay as they deliver a melancholic message. Following its release, the single has acquired over 294,000 views and 14,000 likes.

Friends and musical collaborators RajahWild and Najeeriii take the #4 spot on trending as their collab Life A Di Party continues to garner attention from fans. The single is the latest collaborative single from the young Dancehall artistes, it was released on March 22.

Produced by Zimi Records and Now Or Never, Life A Di Party has amassed over 1.4 million views and 44,000 likes.

Masicka secures the #3 spot on this list with his single Reverse Time. The song was originally released last year in December as one of the featured tracks on his praised album Generation of Kings.

The track was a favourite for many and recently received a music video, which premiered on YouTube on March 29. Since its release on the platform, Reverse Time has acquired over 891,000 views and 27,000 likes.

Claiming the #2 spot on this list are, Top Tier singer Jada Kingdom and 1Matik deejay Govana. The pair take the second-highest position on the trending list with their new joint single, Come Over.

The track was released on April 5, with accompanying visuals directed by Rizzy and produced by Raheef Muzik Group and Chimney Records. Come Over has since acquired over 716,000 views and 33,000 likes.

Securing the #1 spot on trending is Chronic Law, who takes the top spot on this list with his track Don’t Fall. The single, which serves as a warning to any woman seeking the deejay’s affection, was released on March 27.

Produced by Droptop Records and Romillion Entertainment, Don’t Fall has amassed more than 1.2 million views and 29,000 likes.

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