Billboard Magazine has announced its top 15 bestselling reggae albums of 2014, and for the third year running the list is dominated by non-Jamaican acts.

Only three new sets by Jamaicans made the cut: Ziggy Marley’s “Fly Rasta,” Chronixx’ “Dread and Terrible” and “Full Frequency” by Sean Paul.

Two box sets by Bob Marley and The Wailers also made the list.

Dub poet Yasus Afari considers this trend disturbing. According to a LOOP Jamaica report, he said that while the media obsesses with dancehall, white American bands are tapping into the traditional market.

“When you go to a Toots concert or Jimmy Cliff, a lot of them in the audience are musicians who become students of reggae,” he told the website. “Before you know it, they are more adept at the music than Jamaicans.”

See the Billboard list here.