However, the huge dip is sales has not dampened Shaggy’s ego. Mr. Boombastic blames his old label for not supporting the album, and believes he’s one album away from becoming a legend. Look at it this way, he says. He’s still around. The people working at the label were all without jobs once it folded.
In an exclusive interview with andPOP at last month’s Toronto Reggae Festival, Shaggy spoke about his career, his next album, and even his role in Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11. What’s next for the man with the cartoonish voice? Check out the interview to find out.