“Everybody is surprised by this collaboration” – Sting
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Mr Boombastic explains why he’s still a pop pioneer, ahead of his latest trip down under.
The ’90s will never die.
Terrorism is a very, very complicated problem, but never fear — Shaggy is here. According to the king of Boombastic reggae fusion, the solution is actually a simple one: ISIS + Shaggy music + Weed = No ISIS + a happy world. In a recent interview with the Miami New Times, Shaggy (whose intense real
The internet’s favourite guy-who-breaks-songs-into-20-different-sections-and-then-performs-each-section-in-the-style-of-another-famous-artist-or-band is back to do it all again with Taylor Swift‘s chart-exploder Bad Blood, and the results are every bit as social media share-able as you’d expect. Anthony Vincent of 10 Second Songs uses his expert level vocal impersonation skills to channel the likes of Shaggy, TLC, The Rolling Stones, Cyndi Lauper,
Mr Boombastic himself Shaggy has announced he will be making his way back to our shores in May 2015, playing a string of dates across the country in his first Australian tour in five years. The dancehall/hip-hop/reggae artist behind such notable hits as It Wasn’t Me and Angel will kick off his triumphant Australian return
We’ll be honest, watching this video of English business consultant Oliver Goss pulling off possibly the greatest Shaggy impression ever committed to video, we get the same feeling that Usher and Scooter Braun must’ve felt when they saw videos of a young’un named Justin Bieber on YouTube. According to Yahoo, the 31-year-old Goss dropped the
We’ve all been there. You’re in the car with a good friend and you’re both singing along to a track that you grew up with and know every word to, but the good times suddenly dissipate when your face reddens as your friend tells you it’s “Kicking your can all over the place” and not