The album’s return to the top of the Billboard chart comes 26 weeks after the album first made its debut at the top of the chart.
Released in July by VP Records, the album has garnered both critical and commercial acclaim.
Initially, the album topped Billboard’s Reggae Album for three weeks before becoming a fixture in the top ten of the chart for the last 26 weeks.
In December, it was reported that the album had sold just over 10,000 copies, according to sales monitor Soundscan.
Since the Grammy nomination was announced, The Cure has received a boost in sales.
The 37-year-old singer got a Grammy nomination with The Cure, is one of five nominees for Best Reggae Album at the 2016 Grammy Awards.
Jah Cure co-produced the entire album with the help of reggae producers like Christopher “Sketch” Carey, Clive Hunt, Llamar “Riff Raff” Brown, Justin “Jus Bus” Nation and Trevor “Baby G” James.
During the summer, Jah Cure toured Europe to promote the set, his first in three years.