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July 13, 2011

Sneak peek: Shaggy feat. Tarrus Riley – Just Another Girl!

Sneak peek: Shaggy feat. Tarrus Riley – Just Another Girl
Check Shaggy’s official Facebook for a link to a sneak peek of one of the tracks on the awesome upcoming album Summer in Kingston and an interview about the album title, the Sugarcane video and more! Wow!

Shaggy just tweeted: “Summer in Kingston sneak peek listen to “Just Another Girl” ft. Tarrus Riley on Boomshots!”

Just Another Girl is the extra-heavy lead cut off Shaggy’s Summer In Kingston, which is set to be released on July 19 on iTunes and other digital outlets only! Just Another Girl features the great Tarrus Riley. Singy Singy reprises a classic Ken Boothe hook—with its haunting contradiction of trying to get over a girl while you’re still singing about her—and the DJ’s skills are on point as usual. You can front on Shaggy if you like, but reggae’s biggest living hit-maker just keeps knockin’ them out the park. Run that!

Summer in Kingston album release party
Shaggy’s awesome upcoming album Summer in Kingston and the video to his off the hook new single Sugarcane will be launced with a massive party and free concert at the Knutsford Boulevard in New Kingston on July 16 in Shaggy’s home country, Jamaica! New Kingston will be on lockdown for this massive event and MTV and Rolling Stone will be there to cover the massive party! Shaggy, Chino, Agent Sasco, Di Genius, Stone Love, Renaissance, the Tantrum Band and Ity and Fancy Cat will perform at the event, that starts at 7 PM.

Boomshots Shaggy interview
The Boomshots article features an interview with Shaggy as well! Shaggy talks about how he wants the Sugarcane video to showcase the “splendidness” of Jamaica. Read the interview and listen to Just Another Girl on Boomshots!

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