The top 20 artistes on the D’Music app that you need to know now
Find out why these artistes made the Top 20 list...
On the eve of Reggae Month, your Loop Lifestyle music fans provide a timely nudge to update your musical lexicon with the Digicel D’Music app.
D’Music is a mobile app that's available on Android and iOS devices or through a web platform on mobile devices at www.digicelmusic.com.
It is available to all Digicel customers, and the first step to accessing the over 20 million tracks on the app is to upgrade your data plan.
For those who are simply unaware, fear not, our listing of the Top 20 artistes and a few app know-hows will get you back into the genre.
And, with 20 million tracks strong, the d’Music app is perfect for streaming, listening, and downloading music.
Though the list comprises artistes from varying genres, there are a few reggae acts in the mix.
Your Loop Lifestyle team makes a case for reggae’s most famous by-product.
See the Top 20 artistes you need to know below!
1 Vybz Kartel
Though the reggae efforts from Vybz Kartel are minuscule in comparison to his dancehall hits, the Teacha’s Can’t Kill We and Back Way, which features Spice, are the two most-played songs for the artiste.
4 Buju Banton
New age Reggae icon Buju Banton would undoubtedly make the list if only for his extensive catalogue of tracks that span the test of time. Top tracks from the Gargamel include the of-the-moment track Trust and the ’95 release Only Man.
6 Mariah Carey
By now – following her recent Grammy Awards nom and subsequent win in the Best Reggae Album category – we reckon Koffee is inching closer to the top of the list.
9 Post Malone
10 Dexta Daps
The Navy is eager for the release of Riri’s next album! Fenty has confirmed that it is a reggae project. Like the rest of the world, we wait with bated breath.
14 D-FI Powèt Revòlte
15 Jada Kingdom
The soulful lyricist has created for herself a niche in the Reggae arena. Miss Kingdom leads the charge with several popular tracks like Banana, Heavy, and most recently Execution – a diss track targeting paedophiles and child molesters.
16 Ariana Grande
17 Chris Brown
19 Nicki Minaj
Only a few of the top tracks from Trinbagonian rapper Nicki Minaj can truly be considered reggae efforts.
But, Minaj comes close with dancehall bops like her feature on Mavado’s Give It All To Me and the Hold Yuh (Remix) with Gyptian.
An honourable mention is last summer’s MEGATRON.
20 Sam Smith
Quelle surprise! The How Do You Sleep? hit-maker barely made the list. But with new music on the way for 2020, we believe the R&B crooner will be trending upwards soon.