Ne-Yo and Shaggy are promising musical treats after getting photographs in Jamaica studio. The bombastic singer says, “We cooking!!” before including a few hashtags in the title of the post clarifying that they were up to “#holidayinjamaica, #christmas, #newmusic, @neyo, #ranchent, and #BMG”.
Ne-Yo has been feeling Jamaican for a long time with his latest release featuring diamond selling dancehall artist Charlie Blake title “Over Again”. As Shaggy mentions in tags, the Jamaica trip is to enjoy the island. It also looks like Ne Yo does not waste much of his time in the process. Although his arrival time is not shared, the Grammy winner of three times already shared several of his vibes at different locations. In a viral short clip, you can see Ne Yo wearing a mask and moving on a classic track for the great Beres Hammond.
Neither Ne-Yo nor Shaggy did not share more information about their work. The fans are already interested and excited about the up comings.
Ne-Yo is an American songwriter and singer. His real name is Shaffer Chimere Smith, but he is famous as Ne Yo (stage name). He became a famous songwriter when he wrote the song “let me love you” for Mario (singer). With moderate success, Ne Yo’s first solo single, “stay”, was released in 2005. The first studio album of NeYo “in my own words” was a commercial and critical success for him. He also reached on the top of the Billboard 200 charts in the US. He also performs as a record producer, Television judge, dancer, and actor as well.
Shaggy is a dancehall and reggae musician from Jamaica. He has sung a lot of top songs such as “Boombastic”, “Oh Carolina”, “Angel”, and “It was not me”. These songs became very popular amongst the fans. Shaggy won two Grammy Awards but has been nominated for seven. In 2002, he also won the Brit Award for International Male Solo Artist.
Both the entertainers have also previously worked together on a reggae track titled “Your Girl” in 2013. The directorial video for You Girl done by Scorpio 21 has more than 17 million views on YouTube. The performance of the track also won the nomination for the Civil Train Music Award for a nice international performance.
They both are performing together after a long period of seven years. Even seven years later, Fast Forward and both are still providing great music to the audience.
See the post by Shaggy below