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1993: Pure Pleasure

1994: Original Doberman

1995: Boombastic

1997: Midnite Lover

2000: Hot Shot

2002: Lucky Day

2005: Clothes Drop

2007: Intoxication

2008: Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection

Die Ultimative Chartshow (2 episodes, 2008)

Star Academy (1 episode, 2008)

TV total (3 episodes, 2001-2008)

I Love the New Millennium (2 episodes, 2008)

Seitenblicke (1 episode, 2008)

TV Tonga News (1 episode, 2008)

(6 episodes, 2000-2008)

Loose Women (1 episode, 2007)

The 2007 World Music Awards (2007) (TV)

Tavis Smiley (1 episode, 2007)

(1 episode, 2007)

MOBO Awards 2007 (2007) (TV)

The Most Annoying Pop Songs.... We Hate to Love (2 episodes, 2007)

The Friday Night Project (1 episode, 2007)

Decades Rock Live (1 episode, 2007)

The Tom Joyner Show (2 episodes, 2005-2006)

(1 episode, 2005)

Riddim Driven: VP Records 25th Anniversary Concert (2005)

MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 (2005) (TV)

Michael Jackson: The One (2004) (TV)

Blast (2004)

MTV Backstage Pass: VP Records 25th Anniversary (2004) (TV)

Tout le monde en parle (1 episode, 2003)

Rove Live (1 episode, 2003)

Hardware: Uncensored Music Videos - Hip Hop Volume 1 (2003)

The 30th Annual American Music Awards (2003) (TV)

The Wayne Brady Show (1 episode, 2002)

(1 episode, 2002)

Top of the Pops (4 episodes, 1996-2002)

(1 episode, 2002)

(1 episode, 2002)

Party in the Park 2002 (2002) (TV)

The 2002 World Music Awards (2002) (TV)

The 31st Annual Juno Awards (2002) (TV)

Brit-Awards 2002 (2002) (TV)

The Hughleys (1 episode, 2002)

The Record of the Year 2001 (2001) (TV)

The Teen Choice Awards 2001 (2001) (TV)

Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration (2001) (TV)

The Rosie O'Donnell Show (2 episodes, 2001)

Party in the Park 2001 (2001) (TV)

Jenny Jones (1 episode, 2001)

All My Children (1 episode, 2001)

125 milioni di caz..te (2001) TV mini-series

E! True Hollywood Story (1 episode, 2001)

MTV Fashionably Loud: Spring Break, Cancun 2001 (2001) (TV)

(1 episode, 2001)

The 28th Annual American Music Awards (2001) (TV)

Summer Music Mania 2001 (2001) (TV)

Walt Disney World Summer Jam Concert (2001) (TV)

(1 episode, 2001)

Never Mind the Buzzcocks (1 episode, 1997)

Zona franca (1 episode, 1995)

The Greatest Music Party in the World (1995) (TV)

The Reggae Movie (1995)

The Word (1 episode, 1993)

Shaggy Shaggy Cool In Shades Singer Shaggy Shaggy - Singer

Orville Richard Burrell (born October 22, 1968, Kingston, Jamaica), better known by his stage name Shaggy, is a Jamaican-American reggae singer who takes his nickname from Scooby-Doo's companion—a nickname given to him by his friends during his teenage years because his name bore a similarity to the Scooby Doo character. He is especially notable for his distinctive sub-baritone voice. Speaking on 'This Morning' on August 27, 2008, Burrell states the name Shaggy is a reference to his then hairstyle.

In 1988, he joined the United States Marine Corps as a Field Artillery Cannon Crewman with 5th Battalion, 10th Marines. While enlisted in the Marines he served during Operation Desert Storm during the Gulf War. It was during this time that Shaggy perfected his signature singing voice, breaking the constant monotony of running and marching cadences with his flair for inflection. It is also where he got the inspiration for his song "Mr. Boombastic."

Upon his return from the Persian Gulf, he 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. The same year, Shaggy appeared on Kenny Dope's hip hop album "The Unreleased Project". He worked together with producers such as Sting Intl., Don One (who cut his first track), Lloyd 'Spiderman' Campbell and Robert Livingston. He had further big hits, including "Boombastic" in 1995, the theme tune of a popular Levi's commercial.

He then had a major comeback in 2001, featuring worldwide number-one hit 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". The album Hot Shot, from which those cuts came, would hit number one on the Billboard 200 and UK album 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.

Shaggy remade the Scooby-Doo theme song on the soundtrack entitled "Shaggy, Where Are You?".

Shaggy recorded the theme for Showtime, a 2002 movie.

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