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But because Im doing it through music, it has a way to get to the soul in a way that cant necessarily be done just through speaking. The fans seem to be getting the message.The bands fourth album, Count Me In, recently entered the Billboard charts at number 14, selling 17,201 copies in its first week. People want to root for positive music, said Rachmany. They hear an uplifting song and they want to spread it to their friends and their family. I think people are really dying for this positive movement. Rachmany himself was inspired by another reggae artist, Don Carlos.
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