The annual New York Top 100 Hits of 2010, compiled by broadcast journalist Clinton Lindsay, has been released, and embattled reggae artiste Buju Banton, sits in the coveted No1 position with A Time And A Place.
Produced by Lloyd (John John) James, Jr, the song stayed the longest time in the top spot (six weeks) than any other during the tracking period January 6 - December 29, 2010. A Time And A Place stayed on the weekly chart for a total of 28 weeks. Coming into the second spot is Gyptian's crossover hit Hold You which spent four weeks at No1. After several years off the chart, Lovindeer made a big comeback in 2010 with his economic parody IMF which landed in the No 3 spot on the end-year compilation.