Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley Wins 2018 Reggae Grammy “Best Reggae Album”

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Shaggy Talks Chronixx & Damian Grammy Plus New Album Dropping Next Year The project was released under Republic Records and saw guest appearances from Stephen Marley and Major Myjah, with Stephen and Gong executive producing the project. Stony Hill peaked at No. Damian “Jr. Chronixx’s Chronology LP was one of the hot favorites to win the award, but Damian Marley edged him out in the end. He won his second Grammy in 2006 for his landmark album Welcome To Jamrock. Damian Marley previously won the Best Reggae Album Grammy award in 2002 for his Halfway Tree album. The album sold 18,000 copies in the United States alone up until the time of this publication. 1 on the Billboard Reggae Chart last year and spend a few weeks there. Gong” Marley wins the 2015 Best Reggae Album Grammy for Stony Hill. The Best Reggae Album category saw some strong contenders this year with Morgan Heritage, Chronixx, J Boog, and Lost In Paradise all getting nominations after putting out some well received albums. Gong picked up his third Grammy at the 60th annual Grammy Awards ceremony at Madison Square Gardens in New York City on Sunday night. Damian Marley released the 18 track album on July 21st in 2017. Chronixx lead the online polling leading up the the award ceremony with 29% of responding giving him the edge to win the Best Reggae Album Grammy.