Rygin King’s ‘Recovery’ hits iTunes Reggae Top 10

Rygin King’s album “Recovery” was officially released today (June 14) and has entered the top 10 on the iTunes Top 100 Reggae Albums Chart. 

The 14-track album, which at news time was ranked number 10 on the chart, features collaborations with Damian Marley, Chronic Law, and Serani.

Rygin King shared the album’s cover art with his over 742k Instagram followers today (June 14), along with the caption, “Recovery album now out, let’s go, run it up.”

The “Tuff” hitmaker who uses a wheelchair following a 2020 gun attack that left him paralysed, has been actively receiving therapy in hopes of regaining his mobility.

Recently, through his Rygin King Foundation, the Dancehall entertainer had launched an initiative to provide wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility aids for disabled individuals in Jamaica.

In related news, since being paralysed, Rygin King is expected to make his debut performance in Orlando, Florida on Saturday (June 15) for the Bounce Music Festival.

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Rygin King’s album “Recovery” was officially released today (June 14) and has entered the top 10 on the iTunes Top 100 Reggae Albums Chart. 

The 14-track album, which at news time was ranked number 10 on the chart, features collaborations with Damian Marley, Chronic Law, and Serani.

Rygin King shared the album’s cover art with his over 742k Instagram followers today (June 14), along with the caption, “Recovery album now out, let’s go, run it up.”

The “Tuff” hitmaker who uses a wheelchair following a 2020 gun attack that left him paralysed, has been actively receiving therapy in hopes of regaining his mobility.

Recently, through his Rygin King Foundation, the Dancehall entertainer had launched an initiative to provide wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility aids for disabled individuals in Jamaica.

In related news, since being paralysed, Rygin King is expected to make his debut performance in Orlando, Florida on Saturday (June 15) for the Bounce Music Festival.

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