Music icons Sting and Shaggy follow up the visual for "Don’t Make Me Wait" with a new animated music video for the song, "Just One Lifetime." The record serves as the second release from their collaborative, island-influenced album, 44/876, which reflects the duo’s mutual love of Jamaica – its music, the spirit of the people and vibrancy of its culture. The animated video [Read More]
Shaggy takes his collaborator Sting to Kingston, Jamaica to film their new video for their single, "Don't Make Me Wait." Directed by Gil Green (Nicki Minaj, Drake, John Legend), the visual help celebrates the duo’s mutual love of Jamaica showcasing the hustle and bustle as well as love, happiness, attractions, and other beauties of the island as they play pool, dominos, and more. It's [Read More]
Dancehall Reggae superstar Shaggy taps "Cheerleader" hitmaker Omi for the infectious single, 'Seasons.' In the accompanying music video, the Jamaican stars will make you jealous as they enjoy the beautifies of the island (beach, women and partying.) The Constantin “Costi” Ionita-produced "Seasons" will appear on Shaggy's upcoming thirteenth studio album, which is expected to be released sometime this year via [Read More]
Multi-platinum, dancehall reggae artist Shaggy is back with the video for his latest track, "That Love," a military tribute with soldierly imagery. The video is styled like the 1950s with a modern twist; Shaggy performs for the troops who both swing dance and twerk.
Dancehall/Pop artist Shaggy stopped by Music Choice to promote his newest single "I Got You" ft. Jovi Rockwell. During his interview, he reveals his son, rapper Robb Banks, has the musical touch as well.
The clip is animated, fun, colorful, and full of dancing: the exact things you think about when you think of summer and Jamaica.
Produced by REO, the song features the classic reggae rhythm, but also mixes in some classic soul as well with the James Brown "I Feel Good" sample for an infectious summer groove.
Following the release of her latest project Jerk Sauce, Jamaican songstress Sade Serena unleashes the remix to her single “DUM” featuring reggae vet Shaggy.
When choosing Collaborators, Shaggy says the record usually dictate the featured artists, but one experience didn't go too well.