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'Snow' Inching Its Way Up the Chart

April 16, 1993|DENNIS HUNT

With Snow's "Informer" dominating the pop singles chart, his debut album, "12 Inches of Snow," gets stronger each week, moving up three more notches to No. 5. This pop/dancehall reggae performer may power his way up to No. 2. After invading the Top 20 in its first week--entering at No. 14--Ice-T's "Home Invasion" has cooled off, steadily slipping down the chart, landing at No. 34 this week.

* SWV (short for Sisters With Voices) is the latest of a new crop of female R&B vocal groups--in the En Vogue mold, of course. SMV's "It's About Time," which is over the 500,000 mark, moves up two notches to No. 23, with a boost from its Top 10 pop single, "I'm So Into You" (No. 7).

Rank Rank 2 Weeks Last Weeks on the Week Ago Chart 1. "The Bodyguard," soundtrack 1 2 21 2. "Breathless," Kenny G 2 3 21 3. "Pocket Full of Kryptonite," Spin Doctors 4 6 43 4. "Unplugged," Eric Clapton 3 4 33 5. "12 Inches of Snow," Snow 8 7 12 6. "Ten Summoner's Tales," Sting 7 5 5 7. "The Chronic," Dr. Dre 9 8 17 8. "Lose Control," Silk 10 9 16 9. "Songs of Faith and Devotion," Depeche Mode 6 1 3 10. "Aladdin," soundtrack 12 23 22 * "It's About Time," SWV 25 29 14

Source: Billboard/Soundscan

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