Khago’s new “Walk A Mile” album has been kicked off the Billboard Reggae chart.

The prestigious chart which shows the week’s top-selling reggae albums, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen Music was topped by Romain Virgo with his new project “Lovesick” this week, however Khago believes he was robbed on the top spot.

The entertainer took to social media on Tuesday to uploaded a sound scan screenshot which showed his “Walk A Mile” album at number one but Khago says Billboard failed to add him on the chart because a big label is fighting his career.

According to the “Nah Sell Out” deejay, the label is working hard to kill his career but Dancehall insiders say the project was not recognised as an investigation has been launched to authenticate his album sales.

“No one is fighting Khago,” the insider said. “Its iconic because at this point he is fighting himself, my sources say they are investigating his albums sales because something is not adding up.”

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