Every good reggae star needs a cool nickname. Orville Richard Burrell is no different, so he took a Scooby-Doo fixation and turned it into a musical career.Read More
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Shaggy dominated the Hot 100 with "It Wasn't Me" and "Angel" and spent six weeks atop of the Billboard 200 with "Hot Shot" (MCA Records), his eclectic sound melding an array of influences. The title of Shaggy's latest album,Read More
His success, encompassed in an exemplary career spanning more than a decade, is still something he takes time to analyse.
"Everything changes when you are a reggae artiste who falls under the American gaze. The recognition in Jamaica, while paramount, does not measure up to the United States validation of an artiste," said Shaggy, putting his crossover appeal into context.Read More
Singer Jah Cure is jubilant about his partnership with Shaggy’s former manager, Robert Livingston.
Jah Cure who has been without a manager for over two years says he spoke with the Big Yard entertainment CEO who had plans to retire from the entertainment business to manage a cultural artist.
Robert Livingston had a successful artist manager relationship with international entertainer shaggy which dates back to 1993 and got rocky in 2010 when the two allegedly weren’t seeing “eye to eye”.