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Singer Shaggy has a possible solution for stopping the Islamic State: reggae music and weed.  In an interview with Miami
Talk to reggae icon Shaggy for three minutes or less, and you'll realize three things: A) he never stopped making music despite terrestrial radio in the states cutting his airplay B) his charity work will always come first, and C) he doesn't care about "A."
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Through numerous partnerships, Shaggy has managed to amass a level of support that is somewhat puzzling given various socio-economic circumstances on the island. He clearly believes in collaboration, as his philanthropic model embodies the idea that we will get further together.
By turns sumptuous and seductively shabby, St Kitts - or Saint Christopher's Island - has seen a surge in global interest thanks to its increasingly popular annual music festival.
I kinda just started releasing music and wasn't sure if I wanted to put myself out there, but the song really does show my
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Last night's was a motley crew of legends. It was clear that in hip hop, such a status doesn't come so simply or so easily
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