“Ruff Entry Crew”的成员之一。他上的是纽约布鲁克林区的伊拉兹马斯霍尔高中(Erasmus Hall High, Brooklyn New York).他赢得了去 Pratt Institue 学习Art & Design的奖学金。在美海军服役四年。曾经是波斯湾战争的一名老兵。有"牙买加雷鬼乐天王"之称的沙吉是一个真正的音乐天才,他曾获得格莱美奖,在流行音乐和R&B领域都有突出的成绩。   单从名字上来看,Shaggy与Reggae似乎就有着天然的联系,而在牙买加度过的童年时代更能证明他正宗的Reggae血统。18岁他跟着母亲搬进纽约布鲁克林区,同样也开启了音乐追寻之梦。Shaggy音乐生涯第一次突破,是在发行接连登上纽约雷鬼排行榜冠军的"Mampie"及"Big Up"两首单曲;   1988年加入美国海军战队,打过波湾战争的他,保住一条小命回来,决定在音乐旅程上好好发挥。1993年首张专辑『Pure Pleasure』摇摆缔造"Oh Carolina"多国冠军单曲,成为第一位在废除种族隔离政策后的南非公开演出者。接着《Boombastic》的发行为Shaggy成功地笼络了大批的美国受众。这张专辑在美国的销量达到了白金,在美国之外也售出了逾100万张,并为他赢来了1996年格莱美"最佳Reggae专辑"奖。   《Boombastic》经白金认证的标题曲狂扫公告牌Reggae、R&B和Rap排行榜,接连荣登榜首的宝座,并成为公告牌100热门单曲排行榜里的销量老大和热门第三。Shaggy这张专辑在欧洲取得的成功比在美国有过之无不及,它几乎是所有欧洲国家流行榜的榜首。除了轰动世界的大热门"Boombastic"以外,这张专辑还包括了"Summertime"的最新现场版,以及Ken Boothe经典"The Train Is Coming"的优秀翻版--出现在动作片"Money Train"中。   1996年9月,在完成他的95/96全球巡演不久之后,Shaggy回到了录音棚开始灌录他的新专辑《Midnite Lover》。先后在牙买加的Kingston和纽约进行录制的《Midnite Lover》里Shaggy在发音和选用乐器上有了新的突破。这张专辑的第一制作人是Robert Livingston,参与录制的包括Sly & Robbie、Bulby & Fatta、创作人/制作人Dave Kelly、混音高人Sting International等多位Reggae界大腕。   Shaggy的专辑《Hot shot》已连续24周进入公告牌(Billboard)专辑排行榜前100位,曾取得排行榜榜首的佳绩,而他的成功从1993年就已开始,持续了8年的胜利。   单从名字上来看,Shaggy与Reggae似乎就有着天然的联系,而在牙买加度过的童年时代更能证明他正宗的Reggae血统。虽然他的成人时代属于美国,但他的根在牙买加的Kingston。1968年10月22日,一个名叫Orville Richard Burrell了的男婴大哭临世,他就是后来的Shaggy,虽然没人能证明当时他的哭声与Reggae节拍有着什么相似之处。这个调皮的男童被玩伴们称为Shaggy,因为他比较像卡通片"Scooby Doo"里那个对什么都感兴趣的主人公。18岁的时候他离开了牙买加,跟随母亲搬到了纽约布鲁克林区的Flatbush,不久就开始追寻自己的音乐之梦。   Shaggy音乐生涯的第一次突破是单曲"Mampie"与"Big Up"的发行,凭借他独特的嗓音与极佳的乐感,这两支单曲都先后登上了纽约Reggae排行榜首。   2003年第二届MTV亚洲大奖1月24日将在新加坡举行,“中西合璧”李玟和沙吉联袂主持。   Music career   1990s   Shaggy, who took his stage name from the character Shaggy, from the TV show Scooby-Doo, decided to pursue his music career and his first hit in 1993, "Oh Carolina", was a dancehall re-make of a ska hit by the Folkes Brothers, which appeared in the film Sliver. The same year, Shaggy appeared on Kenny Dope's hip hop album The Unreleased Project. He worked together with producers such as Sting International, Don One, Lloyd 'Spiderman' Campbell, Robert Livingston and Frankie Cutlass on a remix from his Maxi-Single title "Nice and Lovely". He had further big hits, including "Boombastic" in 1995, the theme tune of a popular Levi's commercial, and sang with Maxi Priest on his Top 20 hit from 1996, "That Girl".   2000s   In 2000, Shaggy released the album Hot Shot, which was certified 6x Platinum in the U.S. The album featured the singles "It Wasn't Me" and "Angel", the latter of which was built around two song samples – Merrilee Rush's 1968 hit "Angel of the Morning" (which was remade in 1981 by Juice Newton), and The Steve Miller Band's 1973 hit "The Joker". In 2001 Shaggy performed with Rayvon and Rikrok at Michael Jackson's 30th anniversary the songs "Angel" and "It Wasn't Me" from Hot Shot. The album hit number one on the Billboard 200 and U.K. albums chart. However, his 2002 release Lucky Day, and the 2005 album Clothes Drop, failed to match Hot Shot's success, although Lucky Day still went gold. The albums, however, found success in Europe, especially with heavy airplay for the single "Hey Sexy Lady". Shaggy re-made the Scooby-Doo theme song on the soundtrack titled "Shaggy, Where Are You?". Shaggy also recorded the theme for the 2002 movie Showtime. Shaggy's last top 40 single in the United States was "Angel" from the album Hot Shot. On March 11, 2002 Shaggy and Ali G released "Me Julie" from the soundtrack to the film Ali G Indahouse. The song sold 300,000 copies in the United Kingdom, as stated by the Official Charts Company. It spent 14 weeks on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number two.   Shaggy was featured on the album True Love by Toots and the Maytals, which won the Grammy Award in 2004 for Best Reggae Album, and showcased many notable musicians including Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Trey Anastasio, Gwen Stefani / No Doubt, Ben Harper, Bonnie Raitt, Manu Chao, The Roots, Ryan Adams, Keith Richards, Toots Hibbert, Paul Douglas, Jackie Jackson, Ken Boothe, and The Skatalites.   Following the release of Clothes Drop, Shaggy began to increase his number of live performances. In March 2007, he performed the official song of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, titled "The Game of Love and Unity", alongside Bajan entertainer Rupee and Trinidadian soca artist Fay-Ann Lyons, at the opening ceremony of the tournament, held at The Greenfield Stadium, Trelawny, Jamaica. Later that year, he left Universal Music and released his latest album, Intoxication under his own label, Big Yard Records, with distribution rights by VP Records. In August 2007, he joined Cyndi Lauper live on stage in Singapore for the Sonnet Music Festival, where they performed "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" together. In October 2007, he was awarded the Jamaican Order of Distinction with the rank of Commander.   In January 2008, he completed a six-date arena tour with Belgian singer Natalia. He later performed with band En Vogue in Antwerp, to a crowd of 78,000 people. Shaggy also collaborated with Arash Derakhshani in the song "Donya" (Arabic & Persian: "دنیا", meaning "The World"). In April 2008, Shaggy was chosen to record the official anthem for the Mascots (Trix and Flix) of the Euro 2008 football tournament held in Austria and Switzerland. The song, "Feel the Rush", topped charts in most of Europe. In June 2008, a live DVD of his concert material was released under the name Shaggy – Live. In July 2008, he appeared on VH1's "I Love the New Millennium", talking about his video "It Wasn't Me". In August 2008, he performed live at the Dar es Salaam festival, to mark the Zain Global Brand launch in Tanzania. The concert was held at the Leaders Club. In December 2008, Intoxication was nominated for Best Reggae Album at the 51st Grammy Awards.   In May 2009, Shaggy performed at the closing ceremony of the 2009 IPL tournament held in South Africa. He also performed at the opening ceremony of the inaugural Champions League Twenty20 in the same month, held in Bangalore, India. In August 2009, he performed live at the Ottawa Reggae Festival in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Here he revealed plans for a new single, "Fading Away", which featured Kevin Rudolf and Lil Jon. He later cancelled this release in favour of "Fly High", a track featuring Gary Pine, which was released on December 5. Shaggy was also invited to perform at the Festival Creole, a festival held every year from November 28 to December 6 in Mauritius.   2010s   In January 2010, "Rise Again", a track featuring Sean Paul, Sean Kingston, Alison Hinds, Shontelle Layne, Edwin Yearwood, Destra Garcia, David Rudder, Kees Dieffenthaller, Tessanne Chin, Etana & Belo, was released to support victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake which struck on January 12. His collaboration with the Balkan group Sahara (consisting of the Romanian singer Costi Ioniţă and the Bulgarian singer Andrea) and French House DJ Bob Sinclar on a track entitled "I Wanna" was a commercial success, released as a single in March 2010 throughout Europe. Shaggy later performed the track several times during Miami's Winter Music Conference in April 2010. In May 2010 he once again performed before cricket audiences at the ICC T20 World Championships, also providing between play performances.   On July 17, 2010, he performed at the Party FM Meja Jam Concert in Country Fair Entertainment Park, Medford, New York. Later that month, he recorded the song "Target" with Japanese reggae singer lecca, which was released on her album, パワーバタフライ (Power Butterfly). Shaggy also released "For Your Eyez Only", which topped reggae charts across the world. Shaggy recorded the song with fellow Jamaican singer Alaine.   In 2011, Shaggy released the official videos for "For Your Eyez Only", along with the hit singles "Sweet Jamaica", featuring Mr.Vegas and Josie Wales and "Girlz Dem Luv We" featuring Mavado. That same year it was announced that Shaggy would release his first new album in four years. Preceded by the single "Champagne", featuring Sahara, the album was released digitally on January 19, 2011. Titled Shaggy & Friends, the album featured many collaborations, including songs with his long-time collaborators Rikrok and Rayvon. A physical release of the album followed. On July 16, 2011, he launched the album Summer in Kingston which contained his single "Sugarcane". The album was launched at a free party in Kingston, Jamaica, where he released the video for "Sugarcane". The video was premiered globally on MTV. "Sugarcane" went on to become the number 2 best selling reggae song on the Canadian iTunes chart, and number 4 in the United States. Shaggy also collaborated with Apache Indian on the latter's album, Home Run, on a remix of "Chokthere".   On January 7, 2012, Shaggy released a collaborative single with Egyptian star Tamer Hosny, "Smile", with a music video filmed in New York City. In February 2012, he re-released his EP, Summer in Kingston, in the form of the Lava Edition, containing two new tracks, one of which was taken from his upcoming Sly & Robbie & Shaggy project, plus a remix of the track "Dame" featuring Kat Deluna.   On April 5, 2012, Shaggy released the lead single from his eleventh studio album, Rise. The track, "World Citizen", is a collaboration with European folk singer Jahcoustix, and was a hit all over Europe. Shaggy launched his own label, Ranch Entertainment, on June 4, 2012, at a press launch in New York City. He was joined by label mates Rayvon and Red Fox for the launch, which was publicized by Manhattan-based PR firm, Fox Fuse and publicist Rhona Fox. Ranch Entertainment is based in New York and Jamaica.   On August 24, Shaggy released his new single, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun", featuring American female rapper Eve. The song samples the homonymous 1983 hit song by Cyndi Lauper, written by Robert Hazard in 1979 and recorded and released by Cyndi Lauper in 1983. The video for the song was directed by Ras Kassa and released on YouTube on June 14, 2012.   On September 28, Shaggy released Rise across Europe. The album contains nine of the ten tracks from Summer in Kingston, as well as new tracks "Rise", "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" (the second single), "Diva", "World Citizen" (the first single) and "Get Back My Baby", as well as his single from three years previously, "Fly High".   Shaggy confirmed in January 2012 that he is working on a new studio album, where all of the tracks will be produced by production duo Sly and Robbie. A taster track from the album, "Make Up", featuring Wayne Wonder was released in July 2012, while one of the tracks, "She Gives Me Love", was released early on the Lava edition of Summer in Kingston. In December 2012, Shaggy confirmed that the album would be released in the summer of 2013. On May 14, 2013, Shaggy released the lead single from the album, entitled "Fight This Feeling", featuring Beres Hammond. Shaggy started the year with his first live presentation in Costa Rica on January 20.   Shaggy is credited for persuading Tessanne Chin to compete in NBC's singing competition The Voice, which she ultimately won.   In 2015, his single "Habibi (I Need Your Love)", featuring Mohombi, Faydee & Costi peaked at 66 on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as charting in several international territories. Shaggy then featured on the track "Black and White", from Kylie Minogue and Fernando Garibay's EP, Kylie + Garibay.   Also in 2015, Shaggy was featured on Farruko's "Sunset" alongside Nicky Jam.   In 2016, he collaborated with French singer Mylène Farmer on "City of Love". January 2018 saw the release of "Don't Make Me Wait", the first single from a collaboration album with Sting, who invited him to tour along. The album, titled 44/876, was released on April 20, 2018. In March 2018, the single "Why" featuring Massari was released.   In November 2018, Shaggy featured on the title track of Olly Murs' sixth album "You Know I Know". In May 2019, he released the album Wah Gwaan?!.
  “Ruff Entry Crew”的成员之一。他上的是纽约布鲁克林区的伊拉兹马斯霍尔高中(Erasmus Hall High, Brooklyn New York).他赢得了去 Pratt Institue 学习Art & Design的奖学金。在美海军服役四年。曾经是波斯湾战争的一名老兵。有"牙买加雷鬼乐天王"之称的沙吉是一个真正的音乐天才,他曾获得格莱美奖,在流行音乐和R&B领域都有突出的成绩。   单从名字上来看,Shaggy与Reggae似乎就有着天然的联系,而在牙买加度过的童年时代更能证明他正宗的Reggae血统。18岁他跟着母亲搬进纽约布鲁克林区,同样也开启了音乐追寻之梦。Shaggy音乐生涯第一次突破,是在发行接连登上纽约雷鬼排行榜冠军的"Mampie"及"Big Up"两首单曲;   1988年加入美国海军战队,打过波湾战争的他,保住一条小命回来,决定在音乐旅程上好好发挥。1993年首张专辑『Pure Pleasure』摇摆缔造"Oh Carolina"多国冠军单曲,成为第一位在废除种族隔离政策后的南非公开演出者。接着《Boombastic》的发行为Shaggy成功地笼络了大批的美国受众。这张专辑在美国的销量达到了白金,在美国之外也售出了逾100万张,并为他赢来了1996年格莱美"最佳Reggae专辑"奖。   《Boombastic》经白金认证的标题曲狂扫公告牌Reggae、R&B和Rap排行榜,接连荣登榜首的宝座,并成为公告牌100热门单曲排行榜里的销量老大和热门第三。Shaggy这张专辑在欧洲取得的成功比在美国有过之无不及,它几乎是所有欧洲国家流行榜的榜首。除了轰动世界的大热门"Boombastic"以外,这张专辑还包括了"Summertime"的最新现场版,以及Ken Boothe经典"The Train Is Coming"的优秀翻版--出现在动作片"Money Train"中。   1996年9月,在完成他的95/96全球巡演不久之后,Shaggy回到了录音棚开始灌录他的新专辑《Midnite Lover》。先后在牙买加的Kingston和纽约进行录制的《Midnite Lover》里Shaggy在发音和选用乐器上有了新的突破。这张专辑的第一制作人是Robert Livingston,参与录制的包括Sly & Robbie、Bulby & Fatta、创作人/制作人Dave Kelly、混音高人Sting International等多位Reggae界大腕。   Shaggy的专辑《Hot shot》已连续24周进入公告牌(Billboard)专辑排行榜前100位,曾取得排行榜榜首的佳绩,而他的成功从1993年就已开始,持续了8年的胜利。   单从名字上来看,Shaggy与Reggae似乎就有着天然的联系,而在牙买加度过的童年时代更能证明他正宗的Reggae血统。虽然他的成人时代属于美国,但他的根在牙买加的Kingston。1968年10月22日,一个名叫Orville Richard Burrell了的男婴大哭临世,他就是后来的Shaggy,虽然没人能证明当时他的哭声与Reggae节拍有着什么相似之处。这个调皮的男童被玩伴们称为Shaggy,因为他比较像卡通片"Scooby Doo"里那个对什么都感兴趣的主人公。18岁的时候他离开了牙买加,跟随母亲搬到了纽约布鲁克林区的Flatbush,不久就开始追寻自己的音乐之梦。   Shaggy音乐生涯的第一次突破是单曲"Mampie"与"Big Up"的发行,凭借他独特的嗓音与极佳的乐感,这两支单曲都先后登上了纽约Reggae排行榜首。   2003年第二届MTV亚洲大奖1月24日将在新加坡举行,“中西合璧”李玟和沙吉联袂主持。   Music career   1990s   Shaggy, who took his stage name from the character Shaggy, from the TV show Scooby-Doo, decided to pursue his music career and his first hit in 1993, "Oh Carolina", was a dancehall re-make of a ska hit by the Folkes Brothers, which appeared in the film Sliver. The same year, Shaggy appeared on Kenny Dope's hip hop album The Unreleased Project. He worked together with producers such as Sting International, Don One, Lloyd 'Spiderman' Campbell, Robert Livingston and Frankie Cutlass on a remix from his Maxi-Single title "Nice and Lovely". He had further big hits, including "Boombastic" in 1995, the theme tune of a popular Levi's commercial, and sang with Maxi Priest on his Top 20 hit from 1996, "That Girl".   2000s   In 2000, Shaggy released the album Hot Shot, which was certified 6x Platinum in the U.S. The album featured the singles "It Wasn't Me" and "Angel", the latter of which was built around two song samples – Merrilee Rush's 1968 hit "Angel of the Morning" (which was remade in 1981 by Juice Newton), and The Steve Miller Band's 1973 hit "The Joker". In 2001 Shaggy performed with Rayvon and Rikrok at Michael Jackson's 30th anniversary the songs "Angel" and "It Wasn't Me" from Hot Shot. The album hit number one on the Billboard 200 and U.K. albums chart. However, his 2002 release Lucky Day, and the 2005 album Clothes Drop, failed to match Hot Shot's success, although Lucky Day still went gold. The albums, however, found success in Europe, especially with heavy airplay for the single "Hey Sexy Lady". Shaggy re-made the Scooby-Doo theme song on the soundtrack titled "Shaggy, Where Are You?". Shaggy also recorded the theme for the 2002 movie Showtime. Shaggy's last top 40 single in the United States was "Angel" from the album Hot Shot. On March 11, 2002 Shaggy and Ali G released "Me Julie" from the soundtrack to the film Ali G Indahouse. The song sold 300,000 copies in the United Kingdom, as stated by the Official Charts Company. It spent 14 weeks on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number two.   Shaggy was featured on the album True Love by Toots and the Maytals, which won the Grammy Award in 2004 for Best Reggae Album, and showcased many notable musicians including Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Trey Anastasio, Gwen Stefani / No Doubt, Ben Harper, Bonnie Raitt, Manu Chao, The Roots, Ryan Adams, Keith Richards, Toots Hibbert, Paul Douglas, Jackie Jackson, Ken Boothe, and The Skatalites.   Following the release of Clothes Drop, Shaggy began to increase his number of live performances. In March 2007, he performed the official song of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, titled "The Game of Love and Unity", alongside Bajan entertainer Rupee and Trinidadian soca artist Fay-Ann Lyons, at the opening ceremony of the tournament, held at The Greenfield Stadium, Trelawny, Jamaica. Later that year, he left Universal Music and released his latest album, Intoxication under his own label, Big Yard Records, with distribution rights by VP Records. In August 2007, he joined Cyndi Lauper live on stage in Singapore for the Sonnet Music Festival, where they performed "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" together. In October 2007, he was awarded the Jamaican Order of Distinction with the rank of Commander.   In January 2008, he completed a six-date arena tour with Belgian singer Natalia. He later performed with band En Vogue in Antwerp, to a crowd of 78,000 people. Shaggy also collaborated with Arash Derakhshani in the song "Donya" (Arabic & Persian: "دنیا", meaning "The World"). In April 2008, Shaggy was chosen to record the official anthem for the Mascots (Trix and Flix) of the Euro 2008 football tournament held in Austria and Switzerland. The song, "Feel the Rush", topped charts in most of Europe. In June 2008, a live DVD of his concert material was released under the name Shaggy – Live. In July 2008, he appeared on VH1's "I Love the New Millennium", talking about his video "It Wasn't Me". In August 2008, he performed live at the Dar es Salaam festival, to mark the Zain Global Brand launch in Tanzania. The concert was held at the Leaders Club. In December 2008, Intoxication was nominated for Best Reggae Album at the 51st Grammy Awards.   In May 2009, Shaggy performed at the closing ceremony of the 2009 IPL tournament held in South Africa. He also performed at the opening ceremony of the inaugural Champions League Twenty20 in the same month, held in Bangalore, India. In August 2009, he performed live at the Ottawa Reggae Festival in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Here he revealed plans for a new single, "Fading Away", which featured Kevin Rudolf and Lil Jon. He later cancelled this release in favour of "Fly High", a track featuring Gary Pine, which was released on December 5. Shaggy was also invited to perform at the Festival Creole, a festival held every year from November 28 to December 6 in Mauritius.   2010s   In January 2010, "Rise Again", a track featuring Sean Paul, Sean Kingston, Alison Hinds, Shontelle Layne, Edwin Yearwood, Destra Garcia, David Rudder, Kees Dieffenthaller, Tessanne Chin, Etana & Belo, was released to support victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake which struck on January 12. His collaboration with the Balkan group Sahara (consisting of the Romanian singer Costi Ioniţă and the Bulgarian singer Andrea) and French House DJ Bob Sinclar on a track entitled "I Wanna" was a commercial success, released as a single in March 2010 throughout Europe. Shaggy later performed the track several times during Miami's Winter Music Conference in April 2010. In May 2010 he once again performed before cricket audiences at the ICC T20 World Championships, also providing between play performances.   On July 17, 2010, he performed at the Party FM Meja Jam Concert in Country Fair Entertainment Park, Medford, New York. Later that month, he recorded the song "Target" with Japanese reggae singer lecca, which was released on her album, パワーバタフライ (Power Butterfly). Shaggy also released "For Your Eyez Only", which topped reggae charts across the world. Shaggy recorded the song with fellow Jamaican singer Alaine.   In 2011, Shaggy released the official videos for "For Your Eyez Only", along with the hit singles "Sweet Jamaica", featuring Mr.Vegas and Josie Wales and "Girlz Dem Luv We" featuring Mavado. That same year it was announced that Shaggy would release his first new album in four years. Preceded by the single "Champagne", featuring Sahara, the album was released digitally on January 19, 2011. Titled Shaggy & Friends, the album featured many collaborations, including songs with his long-time collaborators Rikrok and Rayvon. A physical release of the album followed. On July 16, 2011, he launched the album Summer in Kingston which contained his single "Sugarcane". The album was launched at a free party in Kingston, Jamaica, where he released the video for "Sugarcane". The video was premiered globally on MTV. "Sugarcane" went on to become the number 2 best selling reggae song on the Canadian iTunes chart, and number 4 in the United States. Shaggy also collaborated with Apache Indian on the latter's album, Home Run, on a remix of "Chokthere".   On January 7, 2012, Shaggy released a collaborative single with Egyptian star Tamer Hosny, "Smile", with a music video filmed in New York City. In February 2012, he re-released his EP, Summer in Kingston, in the form of the Lava Edition, containing two new tracks, one of which was taken from his upcoming Sly & Robbie & Shaggy project, plus a remix of the track "Dame" featuring Kat Deluna.   On April 5, 2012, Shaggy released the lead single from his eleventh studio album, Rise. The track, "World Citizen", is a collaboration with European folk singer Jahcoustix, and was a hit all over Europe. Shaggy launched his own label, Ranch Entertainment, on June 4, 2012, at a press launch in New York City. He was joined by label mates Rayvon and Red Fox for the launch, which was publicized by Manhattan-based PR firm, Fox Fuse and publicist Rhona Fox. Ranch Entertainment is based in New York and Jamaica.   On August 24, Shaggy released his new single, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun", featuring American female rapper Eve. The song samples the homonymous 1983 hit song by Cyndi Lauper, written by Robert Hazard in 1979 and recorded and released by Cyndi Lauper in 1983. The video for the song was directed by Ras Kassa and released on YouTube on June 14, 2012.   On September 28, Shaggy released Rise across Europe. The album contains nine of the ten tracks from Summer in Kingston, as well as new tracks "Rise", "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" (the second single), "Diva", "World Citizen" (the first single) and "Get Back My Baby", as well as his single from three years previously, "Fly High".   Shaggy confirmed in January 2012 that he is working on a new studio album, where all of the tracks will be produced by production duo Sly and Robbie. A taster track from the album, "Make Up", featuring Wayne Wonder was released in July 2012, while one of the tracks, "She Gives Me Love", was released early on the Lava edition of Summer in Kingston. In December 2012, Shaggy confirmed that the album would be released in the summer of 2013. On May 14, 2013, Shaggy released the lead single from the album, entitled "Fight This Feeling", featuring Beres Hammond. Shaggy started the year with his first live presentation in Costa Rica on January 20.   Shaggy is credited for persuading Tessanne Chin to compete in NBC's singing competition The Voice, which she ultimately won.   In 2015, his single "Habibi (I Need Your Love)", featuring Mohombi, Faydee & Costi peaked at 66 on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as charting in several international territories. Shaggy then featured on the track "Black and White", from Kylie Minogue and Fernando Garibay's EP, Kylie + Garibay.   Also in 2015, Shaggy was featured on Farruko's "Sunset" alongside Nicky Jam.   In 2016, he collaborated with French singer Mylène Farmer on "City of Love". January 2018 saw the release of "Don't Make Me Wait", the first single from a collaboration album with Sting, who invited him to tour along. The album, titled 44/876, was released on April 20, 2018. In March 2018, the single "Why" featuring Massari was released.   In November 2018, Shaggy featured on the title track of Olly Murs' sixth album "You Know I Know". In May 2019, he released the album Wah Gwaan?!.
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