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

Securing spots on the latest compilation of the top-five trending list are Dancehall artistes Jquan, Armanii, Skippa, RajaWild, and Squash. This list is based on the top five trending songs on YouTube for Jamaica at the moment.

Mandeville-based artiste Jquan takes the #5 spot on this top-five list with his single Home Town. The deejay’s career gained traction last year with his single Choppa Gospel, and he will be making his Reggae Sumfest debut this summer.

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Jquan details the extravagance of his ‘choppa lifestyle’ in the Cash Code Records track, which is featured on the Juta riddim. Following its release on May 10, Home Town has so far acquired over 215,000 views and 19,000 likes.

RajahWild’s most recent release on YouTube, Inferno, takes the #4 spot in the top-five, having amassed over 884,000 views and 24,000 likes since its release on April 26. The track was produced by Zimi Records, YC Studios, and Now Or Never.

While the track does not feature Rajah’s friend and collaborator Najeeriii, the artiste does make an appearance in Inferno’s music video, which was shot in the Bahamas and directed by A.K.A.Ruppi at the Atlantis Waterpark.

Armanii continues to garner attention with his single HAAD (Fiesta), and the track takes the #3 spot on this trending list. The DJ Mac and Crash Dummy Productions-produced single was released on April 17, breathing new life into the young deejay’s career as the song has become a standout on the Fiesta riddim.

HAAD (Fiesta) has so far amassed over 2.7 million views and 80,000 likes.

The #2 spot on trending is claimed by Squash with his single Big Breeze. The deejay has returned to form with a steady release of new tracks following his reported detention by Florida authorities on immigration-related charges last year.

Big Breeze has amassed more than 2.2 million views and 42,000 likes since its release on April 21.

Dancehall artiste Skippa has found a new fan favourite with his single Hugo. The track secures the top spot on this list at #1, having worked its way up from #2 earlier this month.

Produced by Rich Together Entertainment, Hugo Boss, and Benjii Rainzz Records, the song has amassed over 1 million views since its release on April 26.





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