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Sister Nancy 'Bam Bam' Soars to Number One After Appearing in Netflix's 'Ozark.'

Sister Nancy
Sister Nancy

Bam Bam, a 1982 single by iconic Dancehall singer Sister Nancy, soared to No. 1 on the Reggae music charts after being included in an episode of Netflix's popular crime thriller Ozark, which aired over the weekend.

Sister Nancy's Bam Bam appears in a scene at the conclusion of episode 1 of Ozark's fourth season, titled "The Beginning of the End."

The song, which was certified silver in the United Kingdom earlier this month, continues to appear in popular culture, most notably as one of 47 tunes in another Netflix series called Maid and in the James Bond film No Time To Die.

It didn't take long for the 40-year-old smash hit to return to the music charts after its appearance on Ozark. After Season 4, part 1 of the show became available on Friday, January 21, Bam Bam soared to the top of the Top Reggae Song iTunes chart and Amazon's Best Sellers list in the Reggae category.

It is presently No. 2 on Amazon's Best Sellers list and No. 1 on iTunes for the third day in a row.


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