Govana's HAMANTS Convo Pt. 3 spends a second week at No. 1 on the Culture Dome Dancehall Top 40 chart, this after debuting in the No. 1 spot last week (Dec. 5, 2020).
It's Govana's first in the rare feat of debuting at number 1. This feat also contributes to his dominance on the charts which sees him occupying the number 5 position with 'Gyallis Class', number 9 with 'That Mi Like Hear', a number 11 debut with 'Undefeated', a number 24 position with 'Yeah Man' (done with Aidonia), and a number 35 position with Jaz Elise's 'Fresh & Clean' that he's featured in. All these activities help to solidify Govana's spot in Dancehall's upper echelon.
Masicka's 'I Wish' holds steady in the number 2 position for the second consecutive week, this with a number 9 debut, four weeks run thus far. He also holds the number 25 and 33 positions with 'Promise' and 'Just A Minute' respectively.
Shenseea makes another surge to the pinnacle with 'Rebel' gaining one spot from last week's #4 to #3 this week, this after a number 2 peak in prior weeks. Shenseea also holds the #7 position with 'Bad Alone', and the #10 position with the Tarrus Riley collaboration, 'Lighter', which had a massive six weeks run in the #1 position.
The Squash-Vybz Kartel-Chronic Law collab 'Money We Love' falls one rung from last week's #3 position to this week's #4, this after a sweet three weeks stint sitting nice atop the Top 40.
Ding Dong's 'Stray' hits a bump in its steady upward movement causing it to slip one place to #6 this week from last week's #5, while Dexta Daps' 'Call Me If' remains in the #8 position for the second week in a row, and still enjoys a solid ten weeks run on the chart.
Below is the complete positioning (1 through to 40) of Culture Dome's Dancehall Top 40 chart for the week ending December 11, 2020.