Dancehall star Charly Black continues to show that he is somewhat of a heavy-weight in the music industry.

Last December, his 2013 hit single ‘Gyal Yuh A Party Animal’ was officially certified diamond.

And now, the hit has seen the entertainer who hails from the parish of Trelawny achieve something no other Dancehall artiste has to date.

The single crossed the highly sought after mark of 100 million plays on the music and video streaming service Spotify.

Prior to his momentous achievement, only the songs ‘Three Little Birds‘ (133 million plays) by the legendary musician Bob Marley and Shaggy’s ‘It Wasn’t Me‘ (130 million plays) surpassed the 100 million mark.



Charly also collaborated with Puerto Rican singer and rapper Daddy Yankee for a remix of the hit which is also being well received.

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