Saturday, 11 July 2009on
Grammy-winning Jamaican artist Shaggy will return to Romania in order to perform a concert tonight in a club in Bucharest.
The singer had a previous Romanian concert last August, on a beach in Mamaia.
The show in Bucharest will take place at the Turabo Society Club, and the price of a ticket is RON 50. (£10 or $15).
Shaggy was an international Ambassador for the reggae movement from the very beginning, and the only living Jamaican Artist to win a Diamond Record.
He appeared on the music market at the beginning of the 90s, with a remix of the ska song “Oh, Carolina” – his first underground dancehall reggae recording that instantly topped the charts.
After he launched the internationally successful album “Boombastic,” Shaggy was granted a Grammy Award at the “Best Reggae Album” Category.
The year 2000 brought the launch of the album “Hotshot,” which became the best-sold album of the year 2001. It was also sold in 13 million copies worldwide, and had two chart-breaking singles: “It Wasn’t Me” and “Angel.”
In 2002, Shaggy released the album “Lucky Day,” followed a year later by “Friends Reunited: The 90s.”
The year 2005 brought the launch of “Clothes Drop,” hitting the charts with singles such as “Wild2Nite” and “Ready Fi Di Ride.”
Up to this moment, Shaggy sold over 20 million copies of his albums, but the artist is not content, knowing that the only delight of records is surpassing them. 2007 brought the launch of his recording “Bonafide Girl,” followed by “Intoxication.”
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