Shaggy, born Orville Richard Burrell, has had hit singles in more than nine countries, making him the most popular reggae act since Bob Marley. This biography features conversations with family and friends and exposes the man behind the microphone, from his childhood in Kingston, Jamaica, and his teen years in the seedy dance halls of Brooklyn to his stint in the United States Marines during the Gulf War and his early struggles to launch his career. Shaggy's musical influences are traced, illustrating how he has stayed true to his unique vocal style over the years. His latest successes, including his historic deal with Virgin Records and the founding of his own label, indicate that reggae's brightest star will be shining for many years to come.

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